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Alliance Building the Wrong Way: Gossip
Ask Conflict Reducing Questions
Avoid Conflict Provoking Comments
Avoid Making Hasty Accusations
Causes VS. Contributions to Conflict
Challenging the Pepe le Pew Syndrome
Communication: DIALog: Six Steps to Incredible Communication (wheel)
7.5" double sided wheel. This is unarguably the best communication tool we use in counseling. Couples love it! By following the six specific tasks of a listener and the six DIFERENT tasks of the speaker we eliminate assumptions, hot buttons, stone walling, and other communication land mines! Applica...
Conflict and Desires
Conflict Mediation Proverbs Style
Conflict: Help From Proverbs to Overcome Defensiveness (wheel)
7.5", double sided wheel. Identify and reject these 32 ill-advised truth blocking strategies used to protect egos, divert attention, and avoid reality. A "build it yourself" wheel: simply download, glue, cut, and affix. Get the free Assembly Instructions to see how easy it is to build your own thera...
Confront Conflict Not Family Members
Decision Making Processes
Four page .pdf file on how to make group decisions. If indecision stymies one person imagine a whole committee of indecision. Here's an easy and workable solution to breaking through group log jams.
Either Or: Over 400 Pithy Reminders That There Are At Least Two Solutions to Every Problem
Five Attitudes Regarding Conflict
From Blame to Understanding
Handling Difficult Feelings in Conflict
Helping Others Feel Safe
Improvisation and Family Conflict
Overlooking Offenses
Reduce Defensiveness in a Conflict
Reduce Presumption in a Conflict
Reduce Shoulds in a Conflict
Rules of Communication
Six Conflict Reduction Tips
Validation: End Reactivity, Blaming, Defensiveness
Why Do Others Misbehave?
Working Through Offenses