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How to Handle Aggressive Emails

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April 18, 2013
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Chances are you've been the recipient of a nasty email or two... or twenty. Although you might want to fire back right away, angry emails have been known to hurt relationships and careers. Communication expert Alexa Fischer shares great tips for dealing with agressive emails, beginning with taking a pause -- the chance to choose how and when to respond.


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