Beleaguered? Be Damned! Be Gone!


  • Lloyd L. Lyter Marywood University, School of Social Work,Pennsylvania


At the insistence of colleagues, the author reluctantly assumed administrative responsibilities for his school of social work, giving up the teaching and research duties he truly enjoyed. In this narrative, the author shares some of his experiences (not all enjoyable) in that position; the mismatch of his own interests with the position's responsibilities, and his eventual resolution of the problem—read that 'resignation from the position.' Forget Vini! Vidi! Vieil More apropos is Beleaguered? Be Damned! Be Gone!


How to Cite

Lyter, L. L. (2014). Beleaguered? Be Damned! Be Gone!. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 12(2), 32–35. Retrieved from



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