The 4 Best Things to Do Before a Difficult Conversation


Why Serious Discussions Deserve Serious Planning

Whether you’ve got something to confess or there is someone’s behavior you’d like to address, having a difficult conversation with someone should be done with lots of care and thought. It may be hard to resist the urge to just blurt out your feelings or opinions when they come to mind, but surprising someone with an impromptu serious discussion is never the way to go for several reasons:

1. They’ll feel attacked.
2. They’ll become angry or defensive.
3. They’ll shut… [click to keep reading]

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