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If you want to beat somebody up, then do it yourself.

Because your temper has accumulated the adrenalin necessary for it and your muscles will do a good job.

If you’re looking for a peaceful solution, then find a representative.

Because as much as your adrenaline/stress hormone mix is geared up to fight, it is in no fit state for diplomatic communication!

Please could you ...

... thank you!

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It takes my breath away. I take a look at the group of people. A pitying smile, a scornful sneer; a challenging raise of the eye brows; an indifferent shrugging of shoulders…Is that it? Is there no other way? Is everything really over? Blood rushes to my head. Even if I could speak, it would only make matters worse. I can’t stand it any more. I turn around on the landing and walk down the stairs, out, round the corner, into the park and then I put some music to my pounding ears. And then I run, just run, it doesn’t matter where; as long as I run and don’t think… In the end, as sweat is pouring off my forehead, at least there’s something I can look forward to: the shower! And as I throw myself into bed in a fresh t-shirt, I think of Lilly. She has helped me once or twice in the past.
I call her up and stammer into the phone, but for her everything seems to be clear enough.
“Don’t worry, I’ll draft a letter for you”. One hour later I kept reading something which was really quite enjoyable: it was polite and discrete, written in a very composed and distant manner by someone who is conscious of the advantage of his superior position and knows how to play it. I come off the winner in this whole affair!

While I still can’t believe my eyes, my hand places my signature at the bottom… - and life goes on!

Corporate writing’ – a ‘secretary’ for tricky letters or applications


An ‘advocate’ for awkward conversations

Email correspondence instead of defending yourself on the phone

Role play: practise difficult life situations in tests

Better “Runner’s high” than running amok.

The project N° 2009-1-FR1-GRU06-07061 « Art : a basic human need. Neurodidactic Answers to increasing social challenges» has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the respective authors, and neither the Commission nor the project partners can be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.