In her book entitled, “God But I’m Bored!” the author, Eileen Guder, recalls a brief episode at a party she had attended: “‘Oh my goodness,’ the woman standing next to me said, ‘Look who’s here. Come in the next room. I don’t think I can face her right now.’ I followed her glance to an acquaintance of ours and agreed immediately. We left together, headed for any inconspicuous spot.”
Why did the author and her friend so readily agree to avoid that woman? The author tells us …
None of the faults that obviously disqualify someone socially could be laid at the door of the woman we were avoiding. She is not crude nor malicious; she does not…
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