Dealing with Difficult People at Work

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"Every workplace has some people who are difficult to work with. But if we do NOT respond appropriately, the problem behavior could get exaggerated and may continue creating challenges for you. Read on to understand how you can potentially respond in such situations"




Being a mother of a 14 year old boy, I found this article quite useful. Especially the line that reminds me to reassure my son, ?even if he doesn?t ask?. I believe it is important to have open conversations about physical changes with our adolescent children. This, not only aids in a smoother transition into adulthood but also helps address any body image issues that may develop during this time or beyond.