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Whether it is in the workplace or at a gathering with family and friends, there may come a time when you disagree with someone. If not approached appropriately, feelings can be hurt and blood pressures can boil. It is best to view these disagreements as conversations, rather than arguments or battles. To help us save our sanity, Lara Jakobsons, PhD, Psychologist at NorthShore, shares ways to approach conversations in a level-headed way.
How do you remain positive in disagreements with friends, family or coworkers?