Stop Asking “How Are You Doing?”

Negative people are too quick to “Trauma Dump”

Trauma dump, Advice, life lessons
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Recently I had a call with someone who is notorious for delivering nothing but doom and gloom. Conceivably, this has been done in an attempt to illicit attention of the worst kind — pity. No one wants to be a victim of a Trauma Dump.

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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Aaron McClure

Aaron McClure

Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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