Conflict Resolution: Making sure you are part of the solution, not the problem!

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One of the best things you can do (I believe) to avoid conflict is to take a good look at your own actions and values to determine if your behavior is beneficial to everyone involved. Being a good “team” member (family member, classmate, co-worker, etc.) can go a long way in your efforts to avoid […]

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Step 3: Anger Management/Conflict Resolution at Karate World of Surfside Beach

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After removing yourself from a hostile situation and cooling down (step 1), and listening to the other persons viewpoint (step 2), you’re ready to begin step 3! After you have listened to the other persons point of view and rephrased it with empathy, it’s been time for you to express yourself. When explaining your viewpoint […]

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Step 2: Anger Management/Conflict Resolution at Karate World of Surfside Beach

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In our last blog we discussed step 1 in dealing with anger management and conflict resolution, which was to remove yourself from the situation and cool down. Today we talk about what happens next. A fellow by the name of Stephen Covey said that one of the seven habits of highly effective people is to […]

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Anger Management and Conflict Resolution Training Begins at Karate World This Month!

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The first step in dealing with managing your anger is to recognize that a situation is escalating and that you are losing your temper. At this point you should stop immediately and remove yourself from the situation.Go somewhere that you feel safe and comfortable so that you can begin step two, which is cooling down. […]

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