By Perrie Samotin, StyleCaster
woman upset We've all been there: Gone home for the holidays (or for any reason, really) only to spend it fighting with family members, a boyfriend, or your best friend from growing up. Or maybe you asked your boss for extra time off and he or she rebuffed your request, only to let a colleague have the time.
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Whatever the case may be, holiday spats are common occurrences-some larger and more longstanding than others-but there comes a time when we have to ask ourselves whether it's important for our emotional well-being to learn to deal with people who are constants in our lives, even those that are a pain to get along with.
"We like to feel our relationships are resolved because it helps us feel as if we're not stuck in the emotionally unknown," said Dr. Robi Ludwig, aRead More »from How to Deal with Difficult People in Your Life