Sean DeYoung, director of quality improvement at Familylinks, recommends being deliberate about the way you bring up conflict. Stay focused on the subject at hand and don’t dig up old skeletons, he says. “We need to first get you in the room together, to talk without cussing at each other,” he says of his clients.
Sean DeYoung, director of quality improvement at Familylinks, recommends being deliberate about the way you bring up conflict. Stay focused on the subject at hand and don’t dig up old skeletons, he says. “We need to first get you in the room together, to talk without cussing at each other,” he says of his clients. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sean DeYoung, director of quality improvement at Familylinks, recommends being deliberate about the way you bring up conflict. Stay focused on the subject at hand and don’t dig up old skeletons, he says. “We need to first get you in the room together, to talk without cussing at each other,” he says of his clients. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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