We recently published an article in Huffington Post on confessions of a TELLaholic. Read it below or find the original post directly on Huffington Post – Confessions of a TELLaholic.
I was once a TELLaholic. I loved to tell everyone what to do. I was a sergeant major with my kids, directing them to do everything. They never had to think for themselves; my husband, likewise. As long as I was in command, I could control what they did and how they did it. I made sure they dressed in a way that reflected well on our family, what they said and how they acted showed they had manners. I was in control and I knew as long as I kept control, everything was OK.
At work I directed everyone all day. I made sure everyone did everything in the way I thought it should be done because after all, everyone…
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