Facing Conflict

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We all Face Conflict Everyday
What is the one thing we all want in life? I can think of one thing that everyone in the world can all agree on as far as what they want out of life, Happiness. Some say success is the key to happiness; some say happiness is the key to success. Regardless of which comes first, the question is how do we achieve either one of those? You will not get anywhere in life if you cannot handle conflict successfully and work toward collaboration. I believe we should all be able to live a happy, healthy lifestyle both in the home and office. To be able to live this ideal happy healthy successful life, we must know how to handle ourselves and others. We must be able handle conflict, rather than let it handle us. Nothing that is actually worth anything will come easy in life. Take marriage for example, anyone who is married will be able to honestly tell you that it is hard work. Marriage is about compromise, love, sacrifices, working together, happiness, and much more. How do we overcome the skyrocketing divorce rates in America, by collaboration. I strongly believe that people just do not work hard enough in a marriage before they give up and take the easy and oh so common route of divorce. Evidence from several studies of couples states that communication problems and destructive marital conflict are the leading risk factors for future divorce and marital distress. These problems then lead to problems with your children if you have any. Also, marital problems reflect on your work life. When there are problems at home, usually there are problems at work, or vise versa. What is the key to promoting a better lifestyle, learning to fix the conflict and collaborate with the other party. In some cases couples tend to avoid the situation, in hopes that it will just go away, or better yet resolve itself and in the end everyone will be happy. In reality, we know avoidance is not the right practice when it comes to big issues....
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