Conflict is a part of life. Most of us will do almost anything to avoid it. However, having a simple step-by-step process for resolving your conflicts or issues with others is not only healthy, it can strengthen your relationships with others and even yourself.
These 6 steps are very easy to follow and they work with in your personal and professional lives.
This is a very healthy and non-aggressive approach to resolve your issues with others and feel more empowered in your life and in your relationships.
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