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Living in Close Quarters with My Neighbors Taught Me These Important Lessons About Getting Along With Others
When you live in a cohousing complex, you choose to share space. One member reflects on what she's learned about being a good neighbor.
Can Email Replace Thank-You Notes?
Old-fashioned snail mail is the way to go. 
Party-Going Basics
Arriving and gifting, eating and greeting, lending a hand and saying "thanks." (If you think these are no-brainers, think again.)
7 Everyday Etiquette Conundrums, Solved
How to handle the situation when someone refuses to call you by the right title—and answers to six other tricky name-related questions.
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What to Do When It's Time to Break Up With a Friend
And answers to five other tricky friendship questions.
How Can I Get My Friend to Stop Interrupting?
Etiquette expert Catherine Newman on how to handle a friend who dominates every conversation.

Note-Writing Tips for Any Occasion

Whether you're writing a thank-you or a sympathy card, use these tips to pen the right sentiment.