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Tips From Dr.Romanoff

Tips From Dr.Romanoff

  • Communicate: The first step is to try to find a way to communicate with the other person . If it does not seem likely that a resolution will be reached, be honest with each other and hit the pause button on the argument.
  • Use your anger as a guide: Anger can be a useful emotion that can guide you to locate your boundaries, speak to your values, solve problems, and provide information about what you need from the other person


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