Greg Popcak MSN, LCSW, Paul Thigpen, Ph.D
Sometimes our days just seem to be filled with people who raise our blood pressure and all but drive us crazy. Unreasonable employers, difficult neighbors, unruly children, and irritable spouses can all evoke our anger and frustration.
What are some practical strategies we can use to cultivate friendly, loving and peaceful relationships, even with people we find difficult? How can we practice Christian charity even when our first reaction is to spout off and seek revenge? How can we begin to answer the call to love others as God loves us? How can I respectfully help them to change as well as to make changes myself?