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Chuck Gallozzi

Chuck Gallozzi lived, studied, and worked in Japan for 15 years, immersing himself in the wisdom of the Far East and graduating with B.A. and M.A. degrees in Asian Studies. He is a Certified NLP Practitioner, speaker, seminar leader, and coach. Corporations, church groups, teachers, counsellors, and caregivers use his more than 400 articles as a resource to help others. Among his diverse accomplishments, he is also the Grand Prix Winner of a Ricoh International Photo Competition, the Canadian National Champion of a Toastmasters International Humorous Speech Contest, and the Founder and Head of the Positive Thinkers Group that has been meeting at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto since 1999. His articles are published in books, newsletters, magazines, and newspapers. He was interviewed on CBC’s “Steven and Chris Show,” appearing nationally on Canadian TV. Chuck can be contacted at chuck.gallozzi@rogers.com. View his photography at https://500px.com/chuckgallozzi

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  1. melissa says:

    it was just like mine my friend lost because its my fault i just said to my friend that ivan is one of the crush of jehan but im sorry of what i do to my friend iu couldn’t do anything in her even if i say sorry she will not give me 1 chance again

  2. Kathryn says:

    Friendships can also be lost because of distance, when one person moves away. This happened to me, when my oldest friend Marla (not her real name) moved out of state after a nasty divorce. We were young wives and mothers together. Our children were the same age. We spent many hours together, as we were both stay-home moms. Then I went back to work, and no longer had the same free hours as Marla. We still talked on the phone, but our lives were moving in different directions. I tried to provide emotional support during her divorce, but she moved so quickly that I didn’t see her before she left. We kept in touch by email for a while, but I knew the friendship would likely not survive a distance of 700 miles. When my mother died suddenly, I sent Marla an email. She never replied, nor did she telephone or send a sympathy card. That was 10 years ago, and it still hurts.

  3. Roxanne says:

    I was hurt so badly by someone I thought was my best friend. I saw her through many difficult times. I thought we were sole mates. But when I really needed her she just wasn’t there. She expected me to solve my own problems. I needed a friend. I really felt I had been one to her. But the relationship was so unbalanced from the very beginning. She was always leaning so heavily on me. I was like a therapist and mother substitute rolled into one. When it came time that I couldn’t take care of her the way I had it was as if I had the plague. I am still so hurt. And I find it so hard to go out into the world and meet new people now. The heart of this problem is that I didn’t know how to trust her or anyone. I chose to befriend someone who wasn’t going to ask me to depend on her in return because I don’t know how to do that. I feel I am too old to learn. I feel as thought we were never really friends and I will never be able build a lasting friendship. I am so lonely.

  4. yonchu says:

    I have a friend, we’re almost bestfriends! we used to be together all the times. even were no longer kids, we always play and sleep together. But suddenly, his mom got mad at me, i dont know why.. maybe due to misunderstanding but i tried my best to communicate with him and ask him to fix the problem right away but there’s no reply from him! never heard anything..im sad, its depressing coz i dont wanna lose a friend! now i dont know what to do.. i always cry! even my performance at work got affected. it is disheartening when you feel that you are losing one of the best people in your life.

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