W. Clay Langhorne

Good points, W. Clay Langhome, thank you for your

comments.

Another first impression Mike: At http://www.askmikethecounselor2.com/your first words are to the effect that because someone is here you will assume there is "something going on in their life." You sound like a fortune teller: "Someone is on your mind, they are a man or a woman." In my humble opinion you shouldn't try to get into someone's head in your lead paragraph. I came here to learn something about facial expression cues. And then, this box is headed: "Tell Us Your Story." Perhaps you're catering to the emotionally destitute, however I have seen the phrase "A Matter of Trust" and "Tell Us Your Story" before anything else and my kneejerk reaction is: "How could this 'Joe' possibly believe he is entitled to hear my story?" FYI

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