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While teaching often I wonder what I said or did to achieve the response that I had obtained, it never really occurred to me that I did not add an input that gained the response I had received. How often have we been in a disagreement with a friend or family member and wondered where you receive the comment or response you felt was completely different than you expected?  It would be interesting to learn how to better adapt to the responses of others.

 

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