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Dreaded Drama: How to End Destructive Conflict in Your Life

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July 9, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

THEME: Dreaded Drama: How to End Destructive Conflict in Your Life

INTERVIEW GUEST: Patricia Porter, LCSW, AAP

Patricia Porter has worked extensively in the dispute resolution field since 1994 working with leaders in U.S. organizations such as Coca-Cola Enterprises, NASA,  and Fortune 500 companies. She is a faculty member at Southern Methodist University teaching in the graduate dispute resolution program. Patricia is the Founder and President of Conflict Connections®, Inc. and the host of The Texas Conflict Coach® radio program since 2009. She is also the author of Stop The Dreaded Drama: 55 Tips for Ending Destructive Conflict.

THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: 

Conflict results from real or perceived opposition to one’s values, actions, desires or general interests. Conflicts may occur internally or externally between individuals or groups. Constructive Conflict refers to conflict in which the benefits exceed the costs. Destructive Conflict often flows from narrowly defined or rigid goals, and most often produces negative results. Involved parties succumb to personal attacks, threats and a general tone of hostility. How can you determine, at the start, if a conflict in your life is constructive or destructive? If it is destructive, do you know how to end it without any or much damage?

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