When I moved to Chicago several years ago I started noticing people greet me with the question, “How are you?” (or “How is it going?”). While at first this was a seemingly innocuous question, the more I answered this question flippantly or half-heartedly the more that I began to struggle with the intention behind the question.
Ms. Graham discusses that while paranoia and skepticism are normal emotions for someone going through his life experiences, these emotions have consequences too.
I think my coworker is cheating on her husband with someone at work. I wish it was with me.
My boyfriend quit his job and now he wants to become a nurse like me. I’m not saying he can’t do it but he seems lost. What can I do?
My straight coworker slept with me on a work trip and things have been confusing ever since.
I was injured in a car accident two years ago, which developed into chronic pain. Now this chronic pain is costing my job…
My husband just got injured playing paintball and can’t work for a few weeks. How can I tell him it’s time to make some changes?
I’m 27 and I have no idea what I’m doing with my life. What about moving to a new place for a fresh start?
Dear Hoopers encourage patience for someone feeling out of place
Dear Hoopers encourage an employee whose stress is harming their teeth
Dear Hoopers advise a fitness conscious man to tread lightly on giving diet advice to colleagues
Dear Hoopers encourage a young employee who always seems to be late to work
Dear Hoopers advise an intern who feels too poor to fit in with colleagues