Dr. K quoted in Good Housekeeping Article on Difficult People
Sarah Felix has written a helpful article in Good Housekeeping, titled Dealing with Difficult People: 17 Tips to Keep You Sane, in which she offers a number of useful strategies to ‘end the emotional tug-of-war, once and for all.’
She quotes me in several places, but the first quote is the most potent idea, and it’s a simple one.
“You must change how you react to people before you can change how you interact with them,” says Rick Kirschner, N.D., coauthor of Dealing with People You Can’t Stand.
You can read the entire article here.
Rick is a best selling author and the founder of the Art of Change Skills for Life. His book titles include, Dealing with People You Can’t Stand: How to bring out the best in people at their worst, Life by Design and Influence and the Art of Persuasion. These days he is spending quality time away from the spotlight enjoying the company of his wife and practicing his electric guitar.