Building Behavioral Credit

As is now known by many, I’ve been apologizing profusely all over the place for previous behavior due to the mass which was removed from my body. A kind friend suggested to me that what it’s mostly going to take is time and that such things are like re-building one’s credit report after having points docked. I thought this was such an interesting thought that I wished to share it. I cannot, of course, take credit for this idea. Yet, I do believe it has worth. Because my mental states were apparently out of whack due to hormonal imbalances, it’s simply going to take time to repair my reputation. Fortunately, I’m not starting from complete scratch. I have at least one friend who suggested this thought to me. So, I’m not completely alone. However, I wanted to write this down for anyone who may have similar circumstances that involve re-building one’s credibility and reputation. It’s going to take time. You can do it. It may take seven years–but you can do it.

Amongst others, I owe a deep apology and will re-earn my reputation to those at Feminist Philosophers, Leiter Reports, and Clayton Littlejohn.


Author: Jennifer Lawson

Philosopher. That is all.

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