if communication during an important discussion, try to avoid the blame game. First try to hear each side of the story then avoid placing their name in any part of the conversation that would lead them to become defensive. Its too easy to blame another for things we may not have seen we might have done ourselves.
Remember that communication is not strictly a verbal tete-a-tete. Non-verbal interaction can be as or more telling than any words that are exchanged.
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