Ep. 2:23 "You Will Fail" - On Bad Advisors

January 25, 2021 00:48:28
Ep. 2:23 "You Will Fail" - On Bad Advisors
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Ep. 2:23 "You Will Fail" - On Bad Advisors
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Karen and Kel talk about the things that make a problematic advisor: 1) poor boundaries; 2) excessive molding; 3) forgetting humanity, and 4) not managing your overwhelm. The discussion can help advisors do better and help advisees recognize abuse.

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