Single women often make lists of what they want and don’t want in a man and a relationship.But do those actually work, or are they turning away possible love matches because of these extensive lists?
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Also, for ease of presentation, The materials in this course are based on current published ethical standards and the most accurate information available to the authors at the time of writing.
Such reactions complicate matters and greatly elevate the chances of errors in decision-making.
Intense stressors can result in an inability to make sound judgments (Advisory Committee on Colleague Assistance, 2014).The decision could be about your own conduct or about that of another.Some decisions will be easy because the guidelines are clear and the matter itself is inappropriate but no harm will likely result.For example, a client unexpectedly commits suicide or threatens or sues you, or a colleague damages your reputation.You may confront a situation that offers no choice but to make decisions with ethical implications under ambiguous circumstances.Checklist items often represent "tasks to be done." This feature would allow for due dates and members to be associated with checklist items.