Disappointments

Disappointments seem to be a part of our everyday life since I can remember hearing adults say it to each other with a sad or angry expression on their faces. I can also remember them saying it to us children. We weren’t sure what the word meant, but we soon learned that it wasn’t anything to be proud of. I never thought much about it until today and I stopped to ponder how and why do we set ourselves up to be disappointed over and over again, and is there a…

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Mikael Wagner is a communications project manager with focus on health promotion, public relations , marketing and focus group facilitation.

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Mikael Wagner is a communications project manager with focus on health promotion, public relations , marketing and focus group facilitation.

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