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Slack Laughter Is Becoming a Problem

What to do when your co-workers aren’t laughing with you or at you but around you

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Is there any sound more anxiety-inducing than the ding of the seatbelt sign on a plane? The brief click that happens before your alarm clock’s soothing piano starts to play? The sound of the person behind you in a movie theater wetly chewing a banana?

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Lauren Larson

Lauren Larson

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