A psychologist, counselor, and teacher shares his thoughts on how to speak to people in difficult circumstances.
The most important thing for us to recognize is that what people need most is understanding. While understanding always provides the foundation for other kinds of help, it is important in and of itself. Understanding is a wonderful gift to ...
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