Troubleshooting Rule #6: Who haven't you talked to?

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conto demo opzioni binarie gratis senza deposito In interpersonal contexts, it deserves to be said: it is very common for smart people to try everything except talking honestly to the person who is most directly involved. It’s also important to talk in a useful way; how to do that is a huge topic, but I personally find Non-Violent Communication very useful and a good starting point if you’re having trouble.

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