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|English term or phrase: let’s face it...certain people rub you the wrong way|
|Getting along with people is part of your job. And, let’s face it... sometimes, it’s the hardest part of your job! It’s natural to get along better with some people than with others. For example, certain people rub you the wrong way. Others seem unhappy with you no matter what you do. And, still others seem to take pleasure in giving you a hard time. In return, you may feel like these people are being difficult. But what do we mean exactly when we say that someone is “difficult”?|
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