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Kim Hawley and her father Jim Scherman nap on the couch in 1993. It can be helpful to start your interview with a warm-up question, such as sharing a favorite memory from childhood. Photograph by Gee Scherman; Collage by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Every family has stories to tell. Here's how to document yours

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You're apologizing all wrong. Here's how to say sorry the right way

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How To Control (And Even Use) Your Anger — With Meditation

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How To Savor Chocolate Like A Cocoa Expert

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A cocoa farmer opens cacao pods with a stick to collect cocoa beans at his farm in Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Eduardo Soteras/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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