How to Brag the Right Way

Sometimes it's good to toot your own horn, but if you do it too much may just wind up talking to yourself.

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Parents may do it most, but they're far from the only ones.

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By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

Use your bragging rights with caution

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