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Continue to be direct with her.  Don't assume an antagonistic tone — but gently explain to her that you truly value her opinion and want to know what she thinks.

Dear Carl,

Unfortunately unclear communication occurs all too often.  Luckily for you, the person sharing this conversation with you is your sister.

Continue to be direct with her.  Don't assume an antagonistic tone — but gently explain to her that you truly value her opinion and want to know what she thinks.

Just be prepared that, if she has been holding back, she may have something to say you don't initially like.

— M

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