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7 Tips to Avoid a Turbulent Turkey Day

depositphotos_58511447_s-2015Dreading seeing certain relatives over Thanksgiving? Contemplating canceling all together? “So sorry Aunt Marge I can’t make it this year, must have caught that nasty stomach virus that’s been going around. Yeah, you know the election brutalias virus, where at the slightest mention of or boasting about the candidate that I didn’t vote for, I become nauseous, enraged and at high risk for slinging mashed potatoes across the room. Yeah that one, lasts about 4 years. So sorry, so see you in 2020. Happy Thanksgiving!!”

It’s not uncommon to … Read More

Managing Interpersonal Conflict at Work

by Veronica Vaiti, LCSW-R

In every work setting the potential for conflict is real and unavoidable. Most of us have experienced those uncomfortable moments  when caught in a conflict with a co-worker, supervisor and/or customer where were stumped as to how best to proceed. Or, when we do respond, we feel dissatisfied with the result and obsessively replay in our minds a different course of action that, “we should have taken” which may have yielded a better outcome.

There are certain facts and rules that exist in the workplace that … Read More