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How is forgiveness a part of conflict?
Conflict starts, if forgiveness fallows that means the two have solved the conflict.
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How is forgiveness a part of conflict?
Weegy: Conflict starts, if forgiveness fallows that means the two have solved the conflict. User: What are the characteristics of forgiveness? Weegy: I'm sorry that showed up twice. The characteristics of forgiveness are ones like peace of mind, ease of mind, etc. (More)
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differentiate how the three basic orientations to conflict, Lose-Lose, Win-Lose and Win-Win affect the manner in which we approach conflict situations.
Weegy: We all know that conflict is a part of our everyday life. There are certainly times when the best way to handle a conflict is to remove yourself from the situation and walk away until all parties involved can calm down. [ Unfortunately, in most cases, however, just because a conflict has been avoided will not solve itself, it may actually get worse. The average person tends to approach a conflict with a "win-lose" mentality. This is not healthy for anyone involved. Unfortunately, this often perpetuates a much worse scenario, a pattern can develop and today's "loser" of the conflict will quite often waits for an opportunity that he or she can use and then they will retaliate. The repeated conflict can often tend to escalate as well, until before you know it, you will be arguing about the argument itself. An opportunity will be missed to resolve the situation because you are no longer focusing on a problem that can possibly be solved and only focusing on the argument itself. This ultimately creates a “Lose-Lose” situation. Conflicts can often strain or damage relationships, sometimes permanently. You may not even realize but you affect others around you. Interpersonal conflict can draw in friends, colleagues, fellow students or co-workers as those involved in the dispute seek allies and want others to pick or choose sides. It’s safe to say we have felt some of these emotions; some of us have these emotions more than others. Can you relate to any of these: Irritated? Frustrated? Angry? Do you feel like you are going to explode? You're not alone. You may be feeling this way due to an argument with a friend or family member, frustration because a driver cuts in front of you, or a disagreement at work -- conflict is inevitably a part of everyday life. Conflict can and will produces stress, hurt or destroy friendships, and in its worst form can cause injury and death. Sometimes we can't always avoid conflict, but we must learn to manage it and control it so it ... (More)
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