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How Could You Do That book review of Dr Laura Schlessinger Decisions- Where are our principles The decisions that we make everyday effect us in a life- changing way So many times we dont think about the consequences of our actions and we end up regretting our decisions after we have suffered from those consequences In Dr Laura Schlessingers book How could you do that she said time after time that we need to think before and act later There are three cases that come to mind from her book that show us how we should act in the business world today The first case that comes to mind is the one titled But Being good doesnt make me happy She talks about a woman named Carey who has been married for thirteen years and has three children She started to have an affair with a guy and she starts to feel guilty She tries to justify her actions by saying that she deserves happiness Dr Laura makes her ask herself questions concerning the consequences associated with her actions Her questions are centered on the family that she is apart of and if these consequences will truly bring happiness This is a great example of what many households are going through today I will be in the business world starting in May and luckily I will not have a family to worry about when I enter But it will still be a problem when I do have a family So many families are going through problems because of affairs at the workplace Most of these affairs are justified by the definition of happiness The people caught up in this are usually so caught up in themselves that they forget about the stress and pain the family members will go through I believe that this temptation can be wiped away if a married couple can both give all that they can to the relationship If
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