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Being Heard: Breaking Through the Impasse

When we are confronted with challenging discussions, one of two things typically happens: We default to silence rather than experience the frustration of another failed attempt to be heard or we engage the risk and find the other person isn’t truly listening as they defend their turf. This article highlights the pathway toward being heard rather than shutting down. Read More

Anger needs to be conquered!

Anger is truly not the key to make others listen to us. It is actually a negative emotion that needs to be overcomed. According to my experience, one can overcome this emotion through sincere repentance within by accepting that it is wrong to do so. http://www.dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/relationship/deal-with-a...

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Mel Schwartz, L.C.S.W., is a psychotherapist and marriage counselor who works toward creating resilient relationships and fostering authentic communication. His website is Melschwartz.com.


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