Keys to Conflict Resolution Long Term Relationship

  • View author's info Recommended Photo Verified Certified Millionaire in 2013 Author posted on May 02, 2013 15:24


    Conflict can be the demise of relationships.  It is inevitable that couples will have conflict.  My aversion to conflict led, in part, to my own divorce.  Yes, I know the cliches that it's all about communication.  However, what have you found to be the key to conflict resolution?  I'd love to learn more about this.
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  • View author's info posted on Aug 30, 2013 03:10


    Orlando, I have had the same problem I do not like conflict and it too led to the divorce. Conflict is unnecessary - communication is only resolved if both parties see the illusion at the same level which I have discovered means - a partner should have the same family values, moral, ethical and their conditioning must have a similar thread to yours.  It is like having an understanding of one another on a level of experience that flows in the same direction.  We instead are attracted to our opposites ying and yang, black and white, etc: Being our opposites will  then create the misinterpretation of events that occur during our relationship - relating. dis-similar illusion.

    Two people who are viewing the world based on their individual interpretation (illusion)created by long years of conditioning. Each will see events completely different  even though you both appear to be living together and experiencing the event together at the same time.. Therefore because we love (which is blind) we assume (individually) that the other see's the world or the event as you do.  If you are with an opposite the relationship is doomed. She will interprete a shared event completely different to you but you may assume she has seen it in the same way (she knows me - love) - therefore (miss - understanding)  occurs ...this then creates an impossible situation and each fail to communicate to one another what the issue really is, because both cannot comprehend the others view.  She  and you cannot see beyond your or her understanding - both are convinced of their own view point and nothing can overcome belief.  That would be to deny ones sanity.  Crazy stuff.  could go on but I think you may get it.

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 27, 2013 22:27


    Real Communication

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 03, 2013 20:32


    Have a willingness to change
    Appreciate differences
    Know that your opinion matters
    Respect the other person
    Remember that we all have strengths and deficits
    Take the time to listen, I mean actively listen
    Give appropriate feedback
    Take time apart when necessary
    Be aware of the messages that are sent or perceived via non verbal communication
    Set ground rules when entering into conversation that may lead to tough topics
  • View author's info posted on Jun 29, 2013 19:42


    I love God and he teaches not to go to bed angry.Not very easy to do but he knows best.
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