Archive for the 'Communication Issues' Category

Sad but True

The Information Age comes with a sad truth that communication, as we know it, is on the decline.  I’ve written about this often on Art of Eloquence, but it continues with a certain flair this past month and so I had to share three examples of irony-the likes of which are rarely seen outside of […]

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JoJoisms in 2018

The last several years brought some interesting opportunities and challenges into my life and, as I usually do, I dealt with them as any Sit Down Comedian would. I made fun with it, joked about it, and wrote about it…all here on You got to read the good, the bad, and the utterly ridiculous.  […]

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Tolerance redefined: a topic chronically ill understand

Those of us with chronic illness understand how people understand words differently than we do.  Tired isn’t the same thing as fatigued.  A little pain from a cut isn’t the same as living with chronic pain.  And tolerance has been hard for us to get from others who don’t understand why we are always tired […]

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