Assurance | Care | Fellowship | Friendship | Rest | Trust

Cheri, a first- grader, was having trouble adjusting to school. I called her into my office for a chat, confident that my many years of training as a guidance counselor had more than prepared me to handle the situation. “Cheri,” I said, “I want to be your friend. I will never tell your mommy or your daddy or your teacher anything we talk about if you don’t want me to. I want you to know that you can always trust me.” With tearful eyes, she looked up and replied, “Gee, Mrs. Edwards, you’re just like my dog.” Readers Digest

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