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  • Are You A Nag? Try New Ways of Dealing with Others
    February 5, 2018 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Are You A Nag? Try New Ways of Dealing with Others

    So many times, people become upset because they are continually telling someone what should be done without results. They nag and nag about the issue, but nothing changes. Then they try to recruit others to join the game of trying...

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  • Be a Wise Communicator
    February 1, 2017 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Be a Wise Communicator

    Deal with issues as they occur so that they don't pile up and form resentments. Agree that you will use the sports time-out signal when you need a break just to cool down. That will tell the other person that...

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  • Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say
    February 18, 2013 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say

    Relationship problems often are rooted in poor communications. Some people hide in silence because they don't want to upset others by speaking the truth. Others speak the truth but do so in a harsh or non-productive manner. There are individuals...

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  • Legal Choices to Help with Communications
    March 2, 2007 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Legal Choices to Help with Communications

    Collaboration, mediation, arbitration, litigation - they all sound so complex! Perhaps defining each would help to solve the mystery. The American Heritage dictionary states that collaboration is to work together, especially in a joint intellectual effort and to cooperate reasonably, as with an...

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