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Unraveling Conflict with Karen Harold

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Karen Harold, also known as The Conflict Coach, is the host Unraveling Conflict. The focus of the call-in radio program is to educate and encourage listeners with a variety of issues revolving around personal and professional conflict. We will also discuss issues that impact our local community and the world and how well resolution takes place and share our opinion and perspectives on improvement. Unraveling Conflict allows real conversation about real issues of conflict, health, anger, parenting, goal setting, divorce, recovery, and co-parenting, local and community news and events, relationships, interviews, and even entertainment. Unraveling Conflict is a 30-minute show broadcast live Thursdays @ 3pm PST- www.blogtalkradio.com/theconflictcoach.

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