Anyone can create a more peaceful home enviroment (whether you’re getting divorced or not!) by using 8 simple keys to resolving conflict.
The best part is that you don’t need anyone else’s cooperation—you can resolve conflict all by yourself.
These tips are simple, but not easy. A minute to learn and a lifetime to master.
Ready to get started?
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The opposite of love isn’t hate.
It’s I don’t care.
I sat next to my former husband and his girlfriend at his sister’s wedding, much to the amusement of the table next to us. But we didn’t shriek or duke it out. We had a great time, in fact. I like Bill’s new girlfriend.
I like her because I don’t want to be his wife anymore. I care for him, but I don’t want to be married to him. This is a version of “I don’t care.”
We all know folks who swing to the other side of the spectrum. They’re on reality TV shows!
Here’s a recap of what the Opposite of Love is all about……
Sooner or later, you’re going to have a difficult conversation.
Here’s how to make it go as smoothly as possible………
Life is not about being perfect.
It’s about trying to do things better than the last time you did them.
In a few of these Project Vic posts I’ve talk about those “Hooray I Did It Right!” moments but along with those, there have been failures, too.
Curious? Take a look at the video.
This is the next in an ongoing series of videos where I blog about my own efforts to walk my talk as a mediator and mend my relationship with my dad. It’s one thing to be a terrific mediator when you’re with strangers dealing with a problem you’re not living with, and quite another to apply those skills when you get home to your family.
I’m going to update Project Vic, for better or worse, about once a week. I’m going to see my dad January 27-30, 2011 for his wedding and my book signing, so he’ll even be a guest blogger!
So stay tuned, and wish me luck!
Victor Mercer compares swallowing fluoride to putting it on your teeth!