Your Feelings Are Your Feelings and You Are Entitled to Them

“As a professional chaplain, I know better than to assume anything! I never assume that I understand what a person is going through let alone feeling. I also never assume to know what they mean when they use a word that could have multiple meanings. I always ask what that means to them. Assuming is not helpful because there is no way to compare what I, or someone else is feeling to how another person is feeling, even over the same or similar situation.

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About The Rev. Thomas C. Jackson

Ordained to the priesthood in December, 2010.
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