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If conflicts are mismanaged, they can seriously damage a relationship, but if treated with respect and positive treatment, conflict is an opportunity to strengthen ties between two people. Whether you see conflicts at home, at work or at school, learning these skills can help you resolve differences in a healthy way and build stronger and more rewarding relationships. Try to adopt this point of view of disagreement. If we personally look at our positions, it will be more difficult for us to be objective. This lack of objectivity may unnecessarily prolong a disagreement. Try not to consider your position as “your” position, but simply as “one” position. Similarly, if you have a problem with another person`s position, you make it clear that your concern for the problem is, not with the person, if that is the case. Studies have shown that the first separate meetings are more fruitful if the manager spends time building empathy and understanding the problem. In the meetings that follow, there will be plenty of time to discuss how to resolve the conflict.

Also be sure in this first encounter that you use empathy (it must have been really hard for you) and not sympathy (I`m sorry for what you`ve been through). An expression of empathy is respectful, but relatively neutral and does not involve any support for the person`s position. As anyone who was in a romantic relationship knows, disagreements and struggles are inevitable. When two people spend a lot of time together, tangled up in their lives, they occasionally disagree. These disagreements may be large or small, of what is to eat or not completing a job to complete a job to argue about whether the couple is moving for a partner`s career or incentivizing the decision on the religious education of the children. Do you fear conflict or avoid it at all costs? If your perception of conflict comes from painful memories of early childhood or unhealthy relationships in the past, you can expect all disagreements to end badly. You may consider conflicts to be demoralizing, humiliating or something to fear. If your first life experiences leave you powerless or out of control, conflict can even be traumatic for you. Sometimes people don`t just say clearly what bothers them and instead choose more indirect ways to express their displeasure.1 A partner can talk to each other in a way that is condescending and involves the underlying hostility.

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