Relating to others is a necessary part of daily life. From discussing household chores and expenses with our partners to negotiating differences among colleagues to planning a dinner with friends, how we interact is integral to how we get our needs met on a daily basis. And, the results impact how we feel about our lives and ourselves.
For example, how we interact has the potential to create friendship, growth, support, understanding, and connection. It also has the potential to bring frustration, anger, misunderstanding, disappointment, and pain.
So what is it about the way we interact with others that creates agreement or disagreement, appreciation or criticism, loyalty or indifference? Well... it's not so simple. But, when you think about how to interact with others to create connection, understanding and support, it's important that you start with you.
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