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      Hi everyone… A book that I have found helpful is ‘Dealing with difficult people’, by Roberta Cava. It is a brilliant insight into why some of those difficult people are the way they are, and how to make your life more pleasurable when working with or alongside them. I am retired now, but my working life was a waking nightmare. Armed with the ideas in the book, you could ultimately find that the tensions will ease, and you’ll be a happier person too.


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        Please look at this section on the Resources page : “I want to know about my rights around support and adjustment“.  You may find it helpful to have a look at these sections:

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        Whether you consider your OCD a disability or not, you are entitled to support and flexibility from employers, education, and services


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