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The Beauty of Conflict: Stop Avoiding and Start Inviting

Every year I run a conflict resolution station at the 5th grade retreat for a local school. The first thing I ask is for them to tell me what words come to mind when I say the word conflict. Every year, all the adjectives are negative. Not one child, gives me a positive response to this question. I bring the word conflict up in family therapy sessions and my clients bristle.
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