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A Therapist’s Guide to Finally Conquering Your Fear of Conflict

A five-step plan

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As a therapist, I am good at managing emotions. Well, more precisely, I’m good at helping my clients learn to manage emotions. I’m much less successful with some of my own — especially when my emotions interact with another person’s.

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Britt Mahrer, MA, LPCC

Britt Mahrer, MA, LPCC

Psychotherapist in Denver, Colorado.

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