fbpx How Do I Address Hard Conversations With My Family?
Authored by Dr. Michelle Murray on July 26, 2022
Dear Dr. Michelle:

My family isn't good at talking about hard things. Anytime something sensitive comes up there is tension and they just gloss over it pretending everything is fine. I have something important to talk to them about, but I don't know how to bring it up. How do I start the conversation?
Alex

Dear Alex:

Dr. Michelle K. Murray sits down with Tera Girardin this week to answer your question via video! 

Dr. Michelle explains that being upfront and forward to your family with the conversation is a good approach, while highlighting the difficulty you are having with the topic.

Check out the full conversation in the video below.


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