Maybe it's your cab driver, the one who rolls his eyes when you give him a Brooklyn address. Maybe it's your downstairs neighbor, who'll crank her TV volume to 100 at 3AM but then gives you attitude for "walking heavy."
Whatever your daily interpersonal challenges -- and in a sardine tin like New York City, how can you avoid them? -- you could probably use a primer on keeping your cool, getting some perspective, and generally dealing with (irritating) others in such a way that doesn't have you dreaming of revenge or reaching for the Xanax. 92Y Tribeca presents a seminar on how to "Enjoy Difficult People - Including Yourself" (we're not sure what that last part is about - we're perfect, and we're sure you are too), where Brooklyn Nonviolent Communication founder Dian Killian will teach you some foolproof methods of interpersonal relating that'll make you the zennest thing going.
Enjoy Difficult People - Including Yourself
92YTribeca, 200 Hudson Street at Canal Street
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