Conflict is a critical event in the course of a relationship. Conflict can cause resentment, hostility, and perhaps the ending of that relationship. However, conflict can be productive and lead to deeper understanding, mutual respect, and closeness.
Do you shy away from conflict? Which of the following statements may reflect your approach to conflict?
• My underlying anger may get out of control.
• To me, conflict is an all-or-nothing situation.
• I find it difficult to face conflict because I feel inadequate.
• I have difficulty positively asserting my views and feelings.
*Excerpt from Live A Flourishing Life
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These are all really good points!ReplyDelete
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