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Starting A Difficult Conversation

  • Let the other party know that you believe that you will be able to sort out the issue on hand if you both try to understand each other.
  • Give each other the time to express one's experiences and emotions and the space to air out any grievances.
  • Whether you agree with each other doesn't really matter, what matters more is that you're able to actively listen and discern one another.

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