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Thursday, March 5, 2015

5 Keys For Successfully Resolving Conflicts - Syndication Express

Written by Bill and Teddy Rogers

All of us have had or, if we live long enough, will have conflicts in our personal relationships.  How we handle and resolve these conflicts is very important.

James 1:19 says My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry.”

Here are the 5 keys needed to successfully resolve most of your conflicts.


When we listen, we encourage the other person to talk.  Listening also helps us to understand the other person and where they are coming from.

Many of us do not really listen like we should because we are defensive, we
assume we already know what they are going to say next, or we're
thinking about what we're going to say back to them.

During A Conflict, Here Is What You Should Do:

  • Listen not merely with your ears, but observe and listen with your eyes;

  • Focus on what the other person is saying, not what you are thinking;

  • Consider the meaning behind the words without jumping to conclusions. 

    Note:  If you are not sure what you think they said, replay their statement back to them.

    Continue reading at the link below.

5 Keys For Successfully Resolving Conflicts - Syndication Express

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