Naming Your Conflicts

Part of your success in dealing with conflicts involves taking some time to review the kinds of conflicts you have, when you have them, and with whom.

This honest evaluation is worth the effort because, in many cases, you will be able to take What you learned and avoid new conflicts in the future. For instance, you might find that you have a lot of conflicts at the same time of the day or notice you have more conflicts when you are tired. Knowing this, you can lay plans to organize your day around your energy levels.

Identifying your conflicts leads to quicker resolutions. The phrase To name it is to claim it means that once ...

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