You should read this column and then forget 'should.'

Jay, Robin
September 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);9/22/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 38, pP31
The author points out the need for eliminating the word should from one's vocabulary. According to her, the element of should is responsible for more misdirected feelings and emotions than about anything else. She adds that the elimination of the word is a recipe for happiness and will help people avoid disappointment.


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