Just a quick re-cap. We are talking about ‘Decision Regret’ where someone in a health setting, eventually regrets the decision they made regarding the course of their treatment. Jay had reconciled with his father James after a long period of estrangement.….. Read More »
Buyer’s remorse is defined as “a feeling of regret or anxiety after making a purchase. It usually occurs after a person makes a significant purchase, such as a home or new car, but it can occur after smaller purchases”.
The sellers wise up by either taking a decent cut back out of the refund price or forcing the buyer to take a credit note or something similar. Buy a pair of the wrong colour Speedos or ‘Budgie smugglers’ as the Aussies say and unless they disintegrated upon body contact, you can expect laughter at the till and perhaps a helpful escort to the door by a unfriendly security guard.Read More »
Just to recap on what I spoke about last month, the good old micro penis. Defined as an erect penis of four and a half inches or less in length. Some have watched porn and just compounded their sense of ‘worthlessness’ or because of their body type or race have not been able to match societies ‘expectation’.
What’s that got to do with prostate cancer you ask?
Well one of the many surprises that the prostatectomy operation threw up was this issue of shrinkage. Not any old shrinkage mind you. Come on now that would be too easy. Read More »
There are two un-nerving things about training other companies staff in the middle of a pandemic. One is when they decide that they are not going to be on camera for the whole duration, that could be for one or two days. The second thing is while they are wrapped up safely at home you are venturing out into the dangerous unknown just to give them a bit of training.
While they are sitting or sleeping there behind a static video screen, as the tutor you have to wonder what’s on the other side. Are they dressed? Are they nude? Are they watching daytime TV and just have you on in the background? Has lockdown turned them into friendly unkempt troglodytes? Read More »