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August 5, 2006 12:00 AM
why does it hurt? why can it hurt so much when all it is, is gossip!? if it's not true, just why does it hurt? who cares if it isn't true? An employee gossiped about me at my last job, I took her to the boss' office, who in turned relished in it! I quit! I walked away. And picking myself up was hard work, but I feel much better and stronger. (And I'm starting my own business)I'd love to meet Lori sometime at a lecture... I had no idea who she was until lately, but one of her aish audio lectures was one of the tools I used to help me move on.
August 4, 2006 12:00 AM
Lori Palatnik is Phenominal!
Lori speaks to our souls...she makes you feel like she is speaking directly and only to you...her insight and views go straight to the heart and soul. She is intelligent and knowledgable and humorous and listening to her in person, on DVD and on these internet features makes me a better Jewish woman, and I am very grateful for all that she shares with us.Sincerely,Renee Krinsky
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