Firing Your Friends: Episode 268
Mar 21, 2013
Guests: Andrew Hess, Martha Krienke, Chelsey Nugteren, Elizabeth Brown
When it’s time to end a friendship, plus working with screwed-up people, and a listener claims she’s tried it all, but is still single. Featured musical artist: Audio Adrenaline
Friends Aren't Friends Forever
Guests: Martha Krienke, Andrew Hess
and Chelsey Nugteren
We’ve all been there — at a point where a friendship has become either stagnant or downright toxic — and it’s time to cut the cord. But saying goodbye isn’t always easy, nor are our motives for doing so always good. Our panel talks about evaluating a friendship and determining why and how to back off, back out and move on.
Jerks on the Job
and Elizabeth Brown
We spend much of our time at work, so wouldn’t it be great if everyone on the job could just get along? Whether a lazy team member, gossipy assistant or overbearing boss, it’s a fact that most workplaces are home to at least a few difficult people — hey, it could even be you. Elizabeth Brown wrote Working Successfully With Screwed-Up People to help us navigate the world of on-the-job drama.
I've Tried It All
and Candice Watters
She's done small groups, singles groups, online dating, setups, meetups and more. It hasn't worked. Is she doing something wrong? Candice Watters offers advice and encouragement.