Neighborhood conflicts create needless levels of stress and seldom resolve themselves, according to retired San Luis Obispo therapist Linda Lewis Griffith. She recommends addressing problems with respect and civility.
Neighborhood conflicts create needless levels of stress and seldom resolve themselves, according to retired San Luis Obispo therapist Linda Lewis Griffith. She recommends addressing problems with respect and civility. Jim Hummel San Jose Mercury News
Neighborhood conflicts create needless levels of stress and seldom resolve themselves, according to retired San Luis Obispo therapist Linda Lewis Griffith. She recommends addressing problems with respect and civility. Jim Hummel San Jose Mercury News

Neighbors getting under your skin? Here are 8 ways to ease the tension

October 26, 2018 11:05 AM