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For this fourth Tuesday of August (as I am taking some holiday time), please find below the fourth most popular blog from 2015. If you are inclined, please provide your comments on why you think this one was so well-received.


Running away from conflict is more than avoiding the tension, the disagreement, the risk of losing the relationship. It is fleeing from it altogether – not acknowledging its existence and ignoring its impact. In some cases, running away from our interpersonal conflicts is important for our well-being. Other times it is more important to  be well within ourselves and in relation to the other person by staying and facing the dissension and together finding a way through.

How will running away from a conflict you are in or anticipating positively or negatively affect your well-being?

(Originally posted June 17, 2015)

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