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Category Archives: Conflict Coaching

Being Unafraid to Feel

“The bravest thing you can do is be unafraid to feel”- Bridgett Devoue When we feel emotional about a conflict – hurt, anger, betrayal, disappointment, and so on – it is a clear sign that something important to us is … Continue reading

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The Conflict Iceberg

For this week I thought I would bring back a blog that was very popular a few years ago. So, this one is from the archives: The metaphor of an iceberg has commonly been used as a metaphor about conflict. … Continue reading

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Do You Always Like You?

There are times many of us interact in ways we’re not very proud of. It may be because we are reacting to what someone is saying or doing. It may be because we aren’t  getting our way on something we … Continue reading

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The Aim of Argument

It seems that sometimes when we begin to have an argument with someone the focus isn’t on moving things forward. We might find ourselves getting stuck in blame, spending time asserting our perspective, disagreeing on the ‘right’ outcome, becoming angrier … Continue reading

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RESPONDING TO CONFLICT

When we become embroiled in an interpersonal conflict it’s common that we easily lose track of what’s important to us. Rather, we might tend to put our energy into reacting to the dynamic of the dispute. This might be by … Continue reading

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