Tag Archives: conflict

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The Good Fight – How to Get Closer Through Conflict

Fighting in a relationship is not a big problem. How you fight with a mate or a friend is the real issue. Learn how to navigate conflict, here! r

How a Simple Formula for Resolving Problems and Conflict can Change Your Reality

Have a nagging problem you cannot solve in your personal or professional life? Imagine a simple mnemonic system to aid in your process to resolving problems and conflicts. r

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15 Playful Habits to Kickstart Conflict Resolution

The key word is habit. You want creativity to kick in automatically when you most need it in the early stages of conflict.

How does a spirit of playfulness pave the path toward conflict resolution? r

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Thinking the Best of People

Do you always think the best of people – or do you think the worst? It’s so easy to make assumptions and to find ourselves falling into a judgmental or critical frame of mind – both about people we know well (like family members) and about complete strangers.

So why worry about changing your thoughts? So long as you don’t go around being verbally or physically abusive towards others, what does it matter what you think of them?

The danger of letting yourself think angrily or negatively about others is that the thoughts tend to rebound on you: your internal voice will start to be more self-critical. Plus, your relationships will suffer; perhaps you won’t make contact with a potential new friend, just because you had a bad first impression, or you might find yourself unable to patch up a tricky relationship with a colleague. r