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Examples of difficult situations

Click on the items below to see examples* of a difficult domestic, social or work situation.

NB My recently published book contains 10 frequently encountered types of difficult conversations, each with detailed 'before' and 'after' annotations. In addition, there are numerous examples illustrating how inapproriate thinking can lead to difficult conversations and how more helpful, open-to-learning thinking, can prevent or retrieve such difficulties. Take a look at the contents

* The examples appear in a small window on this page. You can move the window around, you can resize the window and you can scroll up and down through the text.
* Although it is possible to display more than one small window at a time, you will probably find it easier to close the current (small) window before opening another.
* If you have a pop-up blocker that prevents the small windows from appearing, you should see a message telling you what to do to see individual pop-ups - for instance, by holding down the 'control' key while you click on an option.