Website helps with difficult but important conversation

Cota, Jim
May 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/6/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p34A
The author's discusses the importance of social networking site especially the online Conversation Project located at www.theconversationproject.org that provides people with starter kit to have an important conversation that deal with specific cases about life.


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