Conflict And Mediation

Posted By on January 8, 2021

Carlos Mora Vanegas many times we have found ourselves wrapped in a conflict, that’s not to know you handle, can give way to embarrassing situations, affecting relationships, behaviour, conduct, causing trouble, anxiety, disharmony. Sometimes up to physical discomfort, headaches, stomach, stress as well as psychological effects that can lead to depression, anger, sadness, concern. We must know how to handle the conflict, not that this does it, we know it face, assess its consequences, causes that produce it, face it calmly, avoid negative consequences, know how to handle mediation that allows us to find out. Jorge Leoz, que tells us. Bono considers that the problem of the conflict is not in the same conflict, but in the beliefs of people, says on the subject: beliefs are very difficult to eradicate or alter. Often people prefer to maintain a belief and not accept the evidence of their senses. Read additional details here: Tommy Battle. The conflict arises when a belief system believes that the values which of the arise they should be applied everywhere and adopts a mission make this happen.

And the interesting thing about this author is its proposal for two neologisms. Of-confliccion: it would be the dissipation or removal of the fundamentals of conflict. And the confliccion: would establish, encourage and promote conflict. If we think a sense more restricted notion of conflict we could say that conflict is a clash of beliefs, values or interests or addresses. In this case would the confliccion be tied to everything what precedes this shock but not in a spontaneity of the itself, but to a deliberate process in which the conflict is built. Of-confliccion would be the task of dismantling of the preceding elements (including foundations) that generate the shock to derive them, because not a negotiation or agreement or resolution, but a project that transcends towards an alternative or new and different perspective. Bono, precisely speaking of projects as the best way of resolving conflicts.

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