The Delicate Art of Dancing with Porcupines: Learning to Appreciate the Finer Points of Others
These categories, drawn from the work of research-ers David W. Merrill and Roger H. Reid, can help you understand your own social style and styles of others. Techniques for reducing tension and tips for improving relationships and many more.
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The Basics of Behavior
Different Styles for Different People
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