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60. When in situations involving conflict with others, your preferred approach has been to:
Conflict with others is inevitable. You may be doing good and being a good person the best way you can but there will still be people who might be envy or dislike you. In facing conflict with others, I believe it is best to approach conflict with an open mind. Consider what might have caused the conflict and be willing to apologize or admit a mistake.
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Conflict with others is inevitable. You may be doing good and being a good person the best way you can but there will still be people who might be envy or dislike you. In facing conflict with others, I believe it is best to approach conflict with an open mind. Consider what might have caused the conflict and be willing to apologize or admit a mistake.
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