Conflict Resolution



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Learn how to resolve your conflict now. Visit our site for three free interactive video lessons. This video shows how the Conflict Resolution Model works. Conflict, and the resentment it breeds, massively undermines relationship at all levels.

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31 thoughts on “Conflict Resolution

  1. Good job! But I have a great idea of a video. You should make a video about conflicts in stories or resolution for 6th grade or something like that, and I really got confused with this,because U saw this video while I was searching up conflict for ELA

  2. My only one rule is to be open about it and try to communicate the issue as nicely as possible.

    Conflict resolution is possible only if the other person opens up and doesn't go behind your back talking sh@t. Life is hard enough to waste one's time to try to pull out a confession from someone else. Hiding the truth about what you think only leads to building up frustration which makes the conflict resolution that more difficult and at some point even impossible.

    Love this video. If I wasn't moving out I would have shown it to my roommate, who – it seems – was annoyed by my humour (sarcasm does require an above average IQ after all) and it took her months to tell me, which was already too late. The skipping of step 1&2 is literally what happened to me. Things escalated without me knowing jack squat about it until it blew up in my face.

  3. It can go both ways though. Resolving conflict is essential for success but it's easy to take it too far. Sometimes people will want to just drop a subject and if you're trying to force resolution – the act of seeking resolution can become a conflict in need of resolution in itself.

  4. Conflict is an over-rated delusion, and in my experience conflict is only conflict when you care for it.
    Two people, one court and a ball.
    most would hit the ball on each others side of the court over and over and over again.
    In a situation like that I  would simply drop the tennis racket in the direction of my opponents feet and say " the court is all yours, I got better things to do"
    And the opponent can't play his own game.
    Sure he or she would get mad but just leave them to their own benefit of doubt.
    Those who continue to play conflict game obviously have a low emotional IQ.

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