It is Wednesday, which means it is time once again to Choose and Defend. The question today comes straight from the life of yours truly. It will be no surprise to anyone to hear that people don't like to be told "no". Today, I am running a very popular program for the little kids. It is very simple, a brief storytime, trick or treat through the library, back for snacks and a little video. For some reason, this community goes crazy over it. I do the program twice and am able to allow 75 children (ages 2-6) into each program. We have been giving out tickets since Saturday, and since yesterday afternoon both programs have been full. You might be surprised if you could see how upset people get when they find out they won't be able to attend. Honestly, tempers flair. But there are certainly different styles of anger, frustration, and trying to get your way. And I thought I'd ask you how do you tend to react when you come up against something that angers or frustrates you? Do you get...
Some of you are probably pretty zen and don't delve into the murky waters of aggession. But another way to look at it is maybe...do you tend to be very direct? Or do you slide around the issue and hope for results? Choose and Defend! Because it is Wednesday and this is What Fresh Hell is This? !!! Thanks :)