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Category Archives: Resilience

Bouncing Back After Conflict

Sometimes we have trouble bouncing back after a conflict. We ruminate about what we or the other person said or did, what we wished we had said or did, the uselessness we feel about what occurred and so on. We … Continue reading

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Walking Away With Grace

Sometimes when we are in conflict with another person we are faced with a dilemma about what we are or are not willing to say or do, or give or take, to reconcile matters. Though at some level of consciousness … Continue reading

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If I had it to do over…

I have heard the statement “If I had it to do over …” in many contexts, including about choices of partners, careers, schooling, places to live, and so on. This week’s blog is about how this preamble arises in some … Continue reading

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“Woulda Coulda Shoulda”

The words “woulda coulda shoulda” often seem to be used in the aftermath of being in conflict when we are kicking ourselves for something we said or did or didn’t say or do. The following description provides a pertinent explanation: … Continue reading

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Conflict Mastery Action Planning

When a conflict is over and we are experiencing ongoing thoughts about what we wished we had said or done, it is a good time to figure out what we learned that will help us going forward. Making an action … Continue reading

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