Family & Relationships, Conflict Resolution
by Linnet Brown
Roy had looked forward to the trip his parents had planned for the family. He had looked forward to it for weeks and felt that it was going to be the happiest day of his life. On the morning of the trip Roy got ready hours before the departure time. ...
A Path for Challenging Situations by Charlie Young
"Constructive Communication with a Path for Challenging Situations" is a practical guide that is built on a life time of experiences confirmed by research. It is not just theory. It is short and concise. It's processes are applicable for ...
Using inner conflict to transform yourself and your relationships by Viola Neufeld
“Don’t waste your conflict.” Grateful for the Fight goes beyond resolving conflict to using conflict to transform lives. Neufeld cautions that the urgency in today’s society to resolve conflict might be a sophisticated way of bypassing the true ...
A Mindful Route to Resolving Disputes by Mike MacConnell
“So far lawyers are the only ones getting any money.” “There’s no middle ground. We only talk through lawyers.” “I open my mouth and we end up screaming at each other.” Sound familiar? What if there was a way to divorce with a minimum of hostility, ...
Interpersonal Skills for Life by Pat Hirst
In a perfect world, everyone would be good tempered, listen carefully and consider the outcome before they spoke. We don’t live in a perfect world and most of us have not received coaching on how to communicate effectively. Today’s barrage of ...