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Category Archives: Resilience

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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Giving Up Hope

For this second week of August (during some summer holiday time), please find below the fifth most popular blog from 2016. If you are inclined, please provide your comments on why you think this one was so well-received. GIVING UP … Continue reading

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Holding on to Conflict

Since the New Year I seem to have an increase in the number of conflict management coaching clients who started 2017 with hopes of moving on from hurts they experienced in their interpersonal conflicts. These disputes may be with partners, … Continue reading

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Giving Up Hope

One of my favourite quotes about forgiveness – in reference to situations of long ago – is by Lily Tomlin. It goes: “Forgiveness is giving up all hope of a better past”. There’s something profound, for me, about the idea … Continue reading

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Getting Over Conflict

When we seem to lack resilience after a conflict, some of the things we agonize about are what we said or did or didn’t say or do. And though we cannot change the past, we reside indefinitely in an unsettled … Continue reading

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