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Kam's Corner: How to get along with difficult people

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(WJBK) -- It's sometimes hard to get along people no matter what you do to create peace. Whether it's your mother-in-law, your nosy neighbor, or even your co-workers.

Psychologist Dr. Amy johnson has some great advice in this edition of Kam's Corner. Click the video player to watch.

Online: dramyjohnson.com

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