5 Reasons it’s Not Cancel Culture

It’s not you…it’s me,” are the words that we like to use when breaking off a relationship. Usually it is the other person because we’ve come to the realization that we can no longer tolerate the behavior of the other person or that we are not in a place mentally to give them what they may need from a relationship.

Lately I’ve heard about “cancel culture” from people who have mistreated others and are…

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