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How to Deal with Difficult People – Seminar 2017-05-21T16:05:41+00:00

Julia Kristina, M.A. Psych presents a live* seminar on
Monday, December 12, 2016

* You’ll also receive the full video recording.

The truth is, we ALL have difficult people in our lives, and can’t always avoid each and every one of them. At some point or another we’re going to have to deal with them.

Yes, there are some people we can keep our distance from, but we can’t cut them all out. Especially those we are closer to and may not always be hard to be around, but do have a bad habit or two or ten that drives us nuts or makes us feel about 3 inches tall.

Do you know the crazy thing, though? All difficult people become a lot less difficult when we learn how to deal with them. And I’m not talking about cutting them off, calling them down, putting them in their place, or running away.

I’m talking about learning how and when to respond to them in ways that leave you feeling calm and in control of yourself.

In this 1.5 hour seminar you will learn how to deal with the difficult people in your life effectively and with confidence.

The 7 most common types of difficult people we will be covering are:

  1. Criticisers and Judgers
  2. Blamers and Victims
  3. Know-it-alls and Belittlers
  4. Constant Complainers and Negative Nancys
  5. Guilt Trippers
  6. Demanders and those who are Overly Selfish
  7. Passive Aggressive behaviour

You will also learn:

17 Must-Know Tips to keep you feeling sane, confident and in control of yourself REGARDLESS of the difficult person you find yourself interacting with.

AND you will leave with several special tools and strategies to effectively deal with each one of these behaviours.

We will also be doing a LIVE Q&A* at the end of the class where Julia will answer your most pressing Difficult People questions

Live on Monday Dec 12, 2016
6 PM (Pacific Standard Time)

Space is limited!

US$29

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*The Q&As will be held at the end of the 1.5 hour seminar for those who have questions and choose to stay.