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After pursuing a thriving career as a social worker and therapist, Kelley Stewart gave birth to twins—joining the son she and her husband already had.

How many times have you expressed an idea by starting with "In my opinion" or challenged a differing perspective with "I just think"? In the past week, a handful. In a lifetime, countless.

As much as we all wish work could be a constant stream of butterflies, puppies and rainbows, that's simply not reality. No matter how much you love your job, differences with co-workers are bound to arise.

American workers aged 65-plus are projected to be the fastest growing segment in the workforce through 2024, according to a 2017 study by SeniorLiving.org.

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