Coping Strategies for Working with Difficult Family Members
In some interpersonal situations such as during meetings and conversations between family members or school personnel, it is not unusual for individuals to display unproductive behaviors. These behaviors are often used in an effort to control or direct the behavior of others and strategies will need to be developed to defuse such situations. The table below provides a list of strategies for working with difficult communicative behaviors.
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