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crucial conversations book review

What We’re Reading: Crucial Conversations

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Share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestemailWhen you think of crucial conversations, what comes to mind? Is it a certain person, such as a boss or a significant other? Is it a certain topic, like raising your kids or managing finances? We all have certain people who we either struggle to communicate with (think: your teenager), or certain people with whom we often discuss very serious, sensitive subjects (think: your spouse, your business partner, etc.). In addition, we also each have a few topics of conversation that make us uncomfortable or nervous. It might be politics, it might be money, it might be discussions about the…

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Back to School

Back to School: A Survival Guide

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Share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestemailYep, it’s August. As the lazy days of summer come to an end, parents and school age children across America are beginning to feel the stress of getting back into the school routine. Early wake-up calls, sports physicals, new clothes, new schedules, packing lunches, signing up for events and (avoiding) the dreaded homeroom parent list, or the worry of paying tuition and getting your child off to college can make any parent feel overwhelmed. It’s no easier on kids who worry about making friends, pressure to be a good student, or possibly leaving home for the first time. “The end…

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