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I love your essays, and feel like you are a very good friend! You really understand the situation and know how to break it down. Your "guidance counseling" is invaluable, insightful and comforting. Thank you so much for each and every one of them.
I want to thank you for both the valuable content of your article, as well as for your boldness to tell the truth. There is little doubt that some might respond with hate mail for the statements you made in the article. But they are merely displacing to the author their dissatisfaction with reality. I routinely conduct initial consultations of people who want me to bring suit against their employers for discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, etc. I never take their cases, but I always counsel them. Hard as it is for them to hear my words, most of them thank me for telling them the truth and for explaining how things really work -- not how things should work. It is surprising to me just how many dissatisfied employees report that they have never had candid conversation with anyone, and have never "looked at it that way." We need more honesty. Thank you.
Harrison, You are creating some inspired content. Thank you for sharing these detailed and totally genuine insights. I really look forward to reading everything you have to say and want to urge you to keep up the great work. Jason Riddick
Thanks for the great read! I'm going to "click on" many of the other links and read those articles as well. There are many good ones, it appears.
Dear Mr. Harrison, I have been practicing law for almost 10 years. As an attorney, I find your brutally honest straight talking articles encouraging. Keep up the good work! Sincerely, Karriem Baker
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