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Conflict Resolution

Diffusing Anger by Letting Go

Posted by:   |  Jun 19, 2014

The way you perceive problems and conflicts effects your emotional response to it. At times we feel angry. Yet, it is important to understand that anger in itself is not a problem. The problem is how we perceive the situation and how we respond to it and what we do next (after we feel angry). […]...  Read more

Assertiveness Training

Posted by:   |  Nov 30, 2013

Assertiveness can be defined as communication in which one expresses oneself in a direct and honest manner in interpersonal situations, while simultaneously respecting the rights and dignity of others. Assertiveness training builds the skill necessary to establish your health voice. It helps individuals find themselves passive or on the other spectrum individuals that act aggressively. […]...  Read more

Dealing with Anger

Posted by:   |  Apr 11, 2013

Emotions cannot be changed or controlled (at least in the short run). You can learn how to deal with them or how to live with them in harmonies way, living peacefully with them, releasing them constructively, or you can manage them, but you cannot control them. The more you try to control your emotions, the more […]...  Read more

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