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Helping to get along with all types

Canton counselors say personality test aids interaction

By C. Kalimah Redd
Globe Staff / May 30, 2004

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CANTON -- These cases may sound familiar: the mother who can't connect with her seemingly withdrawn teenager; the person who is easily offended by a spouse leaving a kitchen cabinet door open; the employee whose tendency to ramble causes meetings to drag on. (Full Article: 839 Words)

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