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Some conversations leave us feeling empowered whereas others leave us with a bitter taste in our mouths.
There have been some instances after a long hard day that I have dropped into my big oversized chair and wondered what really happened. How did things get so array? Was it two stubborn people clamouring to be seen, heard, and understood?
Self reflection and self awareness are paramount in recovering from a failed conversation. Start by asking yourself the following questions:
- What role did I play in the conversation?
- What is the impact does this conversation have on our relationship?
- Were we