The thing is, you are only responsible for you. The road to better relationships always starts with you. Rather than attempt to control everyone else, work on becoming a better version of yourself. Here are a few ideas:
- Be vulnerable with people.
- Never compromise your self-respect by altering your core beliefs.
- Be realistic about your expectations of others.
- Quit the passive-aggressive nonsense–be direct.
- Accept that a large portion of life is laced with unknowns.
- Embrace confrontation–it really is sometimes the only thing you can do.
- Take responsibility for your own happiness.
If you work on your own improvement instead of trying to control others, healthier relationships at work, as well as everywhere else, will then come to you as a result.
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