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Break Through

One of her biggest break throughs was realizing that her own anxiety was stirred by seeing anxious patients, and theirs was stirred by hers. She created a more comfortable environment in her clinic, such as practicing mindful listening and offering … Continue reading

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Etiquette Lesson: Communication Edition

Should you happen to notice that another person is extremely tall or overweight, eats too much or declines alcoholic drinks, has red hair or goes about in a wheelchair, bought to get married or is very  pregnant – see if … Continue reading

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Etiquette Lessons : Guest Edition

It’s the thought that counts. Bringing your host, a trinket of appreciation, a bottle of wine or baked goods is a gracious way of saying thank you

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Etiquette Lessons: Chair Edition

Push you chair in when you leave the table it might seem obvious, but don’t make someone else move it for you.

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Manners

I  was raised right- I talk about people behind their backs. It’s called Manners – Kathy Griffin Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on … Continue reading

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