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They Call It Ultimatum for a Reason

It’s the last card to throw on the table when all the chips are down. It’s better to talk things through

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There’s a reason it’s called an ultimatum. It should be the last resort. Once I read somewhere that when you give someone an ultimatum, you have already thrown the towel in. Or at least, you are seriously pondering giving up. There could be some truth to this. I have used ultimatums. Ultimatums may…




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Mahajoy Laufer, LICSW

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Mahajoy Laufer is co-owner of Thoughts That Byte. LICSW, dancer, and tabla player. Follow her publication Thoughts That Byte

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