Why Conflict Resolution Can Be Difficult for Empaths (and How to Master It)

If you are an empath, you may struggle with conflict resolution. These techniques can help you overcome conflict without causing pain to yourself or others. Empaths hate to upset people. This is because they will feel the other person's emotions and suffer guilt for causing another’s pain. This can make…

5 Conflict Styles That Will Help You Resolve Any Argument in a Clever Way

There are five different conflict styles and each has its own advantages and uses. Let’s find out how they can help you resolve any conflict. There are many types of arguments: ones that have been brewing for years, others that arise out of nowhere, and some that are resolved within…

6 Clever Comebacks Smart People Say to Arrogant and Rude People

I don’t care for arrogant or rude people because their insults are scathing. That’s why clever comebacks by the intelligent are the only things that work effectively. The world is filled with arrogant individuals because being humble is not all that popular, and because toxic behavior seems to run rampant…

Dealing with Conflict the Way Mentally Strong People Do

Quarrels happen, and few people like dealing with conflict; however, we all have to do it at one point or another. Conflict is inevitable It takes all sorts to make the world. Each person has different priorities, needs, and agendas. It is almost unavoidable that we have brushes with each…

How to Remain Calm During Any Argument or Conflict Situation, Backed by Science

When we lose our cool in a conflict, nothing gets resolved and we can feel guilty for our loss of control. But it is possible to learn to remain calm in stressful situations like this. People disagree. This is an inevitable part of life. However, minor disagreements often escalate into…

This Single Root Cause of Interpersonal Conflict Will Help You Deal with Anyone

There is a profound yet subtle source of interpersonal conflict in daily life, a root cause or bulb from which so much misunderstanding sprouts. We overestimate the differences between people’s character and our own while underestimating just how much people’s views are informed by experiences we have not had, or stories…