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Students will understand that it's a delusion (thinking error) to assume that how they look, talk, and act at home will be acceptable in the workplace.
Students will give examples of how RaDaddy's appearance, talk, and behavior had to change.
Faith's form of grandiosity assumes that others, like her friends, will be active participants in her continuous, never-ending party life and everyone is consumed with a desire to join in non-stop socializing just as much as she does.
Students will understand why it's a mistake to expect the bos...
Faith realizes that in order to keep her job, she's going to need to conform to workplace standards and pay her dues, keeping her social queen persona at home in the closet with her party clothes. She can only have "play" time after she does her "pay her dues" time.
Students will give examples o...