Whether it is a spouse, work colleague, family member or old friend, it’s hard to enjoy being in a relationship with a difficult person. The challenge is that difficult people don’t always know they are difficult, and they keep doing what they are doing; it’s a habit. Because of this, and the negative habits, we don’t usually want to talk to them about it.
Sarah H. Elliston, author of “Lessons from a Difficult Person – How to Deal With People Like Us,” is back on Big Blend Radio to share tips on how to recognize if you are in a relationship with a difficult person, and if so, what steps to take to have an honest, caring conversation with your difficult person. Read her article covering the communication process, on BlendRadioandTV.com.
Sarah is a faculty member of the William Glasser Institute and is a workshop leader and trainer who is certified in Values Realization, Parent Effectiveness Training and Reality Therapy.
Featured music on this episode is “Be Kind” by Borgo.