Saturday, January 28, 2017

EPA Employees Squawk for Counseling Sessions

President Trump has plenty of mandates.  One of them is to slap the EPA's hands off of our economic thermostat.  Now the only thing these self-important twits can do is cry at their desk and squawk for counseling sessions.  

Amidst employees in tears following the election of Donald Trump, the Environmental Protection Agency is offering counseling sessions on “dealing with change.”

Axios obtained slides from one of the 45-minute seminars, entitled, “Feeling pressured? Worried about change at EPA?”

Topics included “How to deal with change,” “How do you keep your composure and make better decisions under pressure?” “How can you spend your energy more wisely—and have more as a result?” and “How do you recognize and eliminate harmful habits that cause you stress?

How about unemployment counseling?  Now that’s change we can believe in.


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