“Everything Will Be Okay.” What Does That Really Mean?

Ultimately with this piece, my intention is that you see that saying to someone that things are going to be “okay” may not be enough. We might all have to think a little harder when we seek to break that fourth wall with strangers who look like they are stressing out (or hurting).

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I coach executives on how to dissect & deliver a perfect #jobinterview @TuckSchool melissa@melissallarena.com Author of №1 #HR interview @Forbes @LinkedIn #mom

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Melissa Llarena

Melissa Llarena

I coach executives on how to dissect & deliver a perfect #jobinterview @TuckSchool melissa@melissallarena.com Author of №1 #HR interview @Forbes @LinkedIn #mom