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If only we could get others to be more considerate, less annoying, more diligent, see our point of view … How often have you wanted to change other people so they’d be better? Better spouses, kids, roommates, coworkers, employees? We want our kids to study harder and clean up after themselves, our spouses to be more considerate, our coworkers to be on time, our roommates to be neater, our relatives to be healthier, and so we try to change them. How often has that worked? People don’t want to be changed. And we can’t force them to change. This causes no end of frustration, for us and the person who we’re trying to... read full article

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How to Change Other People

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