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Part III: Protecting Yourself from Self-... > Acknowledging the Impact on Self and...

Chapter 22. Acknowledging the Impact on Self and Career

When people are unfortunate enough to be victims of either an unintentional accident or a deliberate crime, they often pay a terrible price. The consequences can be similarly serious for victims of human-relations conflicts. In extreme cases, they can negatively affect lifelong career progress. Consider the following:

Statistically, only a small percentage of people become victims of a serious crime. Everyone eventually becomes a victim of a damaged relationship.

Financial loss from robbery, fraud, or physical injury can be high. So can the loss of a career opportunity.

The emotional and psychological damage of being a human-relations victim can sometimes be as traumatic as being a crime victim.


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