Conflicts are inevitable, but the more we know about human nature, the better we will be at resolving conflicts, and the better the outcome might be for both parties. We know that different people have different priorities and different styles in dealing with situations that may occur, but in general, human beings have certain characteristics that are very similar – even across gender, racial, and socio-economic lines.
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August 19th, 2018
Proposals to cut legal aid are aimed at reducing the number of civil law cases and discouraging a culture of litigation. But perhaps people in dispute will begin to look for other ways to settle their differences, mediation for example.Continue reading
August 17th, 2018
Most arguments cannot be ‘won’, yet many people still spend a lot of time doing it. Forget ‘clearing the air’ or ‘bringing things to a head’, neither should be necessary in the first place.Continue reading
August 15th, 2018
They say that depression is like being in a darkened room. You know there must be a light switch, but you can’t find it.Continue reading