How to Deal With Impossible People

“We all know impossible people. They tend to share three main characteristics — they cannot be reasoned with, they believe they can do no wrong, and they

“We all know impossible people. They tend to share three main characteristics — they cannot be reasoned with, they believe they can do no wrong, and they are convinced that everything is someone else’s fault. If you haven’t had some first-hand experience in dealing with such people, even a brief conversation can raise your blood pressure through the roof. Here are some insights and steps for dealing with these highly difficult people.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE