Millennial Sauce asks the Question, “Is the Customer Really Always Right?”

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Growing up and having to wait tables or work the register or answer the phone, I frequently had the thought of the customer pretty much, basically, rarely being right…sadly though, it was more from a perspective of “you’re a pain in the ass, shut up and get out of here!”, rather than “this is clearly a time where my reality is not gelling with your reality”. Emotional Button Pushing Yeah, I know, it probably feels better to act out the yelling at a wackadoo customer, but that actually shows you are following your feelings down the rabbit hole…you’re letting some …

Millennial Sauce Blog: What is Balance?

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submitted by “Mom-llennial” Have you ever tried to balance a book on your head while standing on one leg and clapping your hands? As a Millennial and a new mom, that is what my life feels like when I feel out of balance. I am a person who doesn’t do well without some form of structure. I need to know that I can get everything done and give others the time they need in the little time that I have. If  life feels out of balance, it makes us extremely uncomfortable and causes us to lash out on others. So …

Millennial Sauce : Being Right versus Being Righteous

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This is the first blog in a series I’m calling: Millennial Sauce (subtext…it’s great on everything).  I’m starting this in response to some of my Millennial clients wanting a place to post thoughts or concerns that they would like to give, as a gift, to you.  Our first contestant submitted four really good blogs…this is the first…enjoy!   Being Right versus Being Righteous by Ashlyn (24, Millennial Mom) Having an opinion and respecting someone else’s opinion are two very different things. I have been struggling with the fact that most people are closed off to others opinions and only value …

When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned

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When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned, what’s the next step?   In this week’s Walk of Shame Radio Podcast Lexi and Tony tackle the very common problem in a relationship where the couple finds themselves with two different visions of what their life will look like in the future.   Lexi starts things off with a share of one of her favorite quotes:   “We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us” -Joseph Campbell   It’s a tough gig when you really connect with someone …

How to Start a Relationship and How to End One (Episode 3)

Anthony Dufresne Dating and Relationships, Podcasts

This week, Lexi and I decided to explain both ends of the relationship spectrum: How to Start a Relationship and How to End One. The hard part in starting a relationship is knowing where the boundaries are…the hard part in walking away, is knowing when…   What is going on in his mind when he is only emotionally available enough for sex? Why is she becoming more distant the closer you get? How do you know when to call it quits with a stale relationship that is no longer fulfilling? Tony and Lexi tackle these tough questions and more…