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Giving up on something can be a hard thing to do. There are many people who believe that no one should ever be given up on, especially children. In theory, this might be true. In practice, we might have to look at each case individually. Just because something is a lost cause doesn't mean that you have to give up on it, but it also doesn't mean that you have to be the one to save it. It's really up to you, personally. What is a lost cause? A lost cause is something that can't be veered away from the path that it is on, no matter what the intervention is. It is something that has to complete the cycle that it is on It can be demoralizing to think of a person that can't be helped, or a system that can't be rearranged. The question becomes: What is our role in determining who and what a lost cause is and what our involvement should be? Have you ever dealt with a lost cause? Let's talk.
That's what we're talking about tonight at 7PM ET on The Daily Gogetemism Show. Check this out: https://youtube.com/live/EELCKXPWOIc?feature=share
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