In this issue we’ll examine the 6 ways of resolving conflicts.
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Conflict between people is a fact of life – and it’s not necessarily a bad thing.
In fact, a relationship with frequent conflict may actually be healthier than one with no observable conflict.
Conflicts occur at all levels of interaction – at work, among friends, with families and between relationship partners. When conflict occurs, the relationship may be weakened or strengthened. Thus, conflict is a critical event in the course of a relationship.
Conflict can cause resentment, hostility and perhaps even the end of the relationship.
If it is handled well, however, conflict can be productive, leading to deeper understanding, mutual respect and closeness.
Whether a relationship is healthy or unhealthy depends not so much on the number of conflicts between participants, but on how the conflicts are resolved.
Here are some rational ways of resolving conflicts:
Who is responsible for implementing various parts of the agreement, and what to do in case the agreement starts to break down.
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