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  1. March 14, 2018
    Sophia says

    I also think that sometimes you have to learn to pick your battles. If what they are doing is not that serious or can be ignored sometimes it is better to ignore it. Only provide constructive criticism when you have to, not for every little thing. Because even that can come across and being nonconstructive.

  2. March 17, 2018
    Diana says

    This is something I’ve been wondering and you’ve laid it out so clearly here. Thanks so much!

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  3. April 23, 2018

    Great post! You can give constructive criticism to your nearest and dearest without it resulting in arguments.


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