Insights Into Teens

Insights Into Teens: Episode 91 "Conflict Resolution"

December 07, 2020 Madison and Joseph Whalen Season 2 Episode 91
Insights Into Teens
Insights Into Teens: Episode 91 "Conflict Resolution"
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Insights Into Teens
Insights Into Teens: Episode 91 "Conflict Resolution"
Dec 07, 2020 Season 2 Episode 91
Madison and Joseph Whalen

This week we're talking about conflict resolution. We'll look at some of the common causes of conflict, how conflicts aren't necessarily a bad thing and how we can learn from them. We'll talk about the ten commandments of conflicts and how to handle conflicts with love ones, friends and others. We'll show you the skills you need to cope with conflict, how to avoid turning it into a negative experience and finally we'll discuss the steps to take to reach a conflict resolution.

Much of what we talk about in this weeks episode applies not only to teens but to any situation where two or more people find themselves in conflict or on opposite sides of a given issue. We'll teach you how to compromise, how to reason, and how to see a given issue from both sides you can better understand all points of view and argue your points from an informed perspective.

Show Notes

This week we're talking about conflict resolution. We'll look at some of the common causes of conflict, how conflicts aren't necessarily a bad thing and how we can learn from them. We'll talk about the ten commandments of conflicts and how to handle conflicts with love ones, friends and others. We'll show you the skills you need to cope with conflict, how to avoid turning it into a negative experience and finally we'll discuss the steps to take to reach a conflict resolution.

Much of what we talk about in this weeks episode applies not only to teens but to any situation where two or more people find themselves in conflict or on opposite sides of a given issue. We'll teach you how to compromise, how to reason, and how to see a given issue from both sides you can better understand all points of view and argue your points from an informed perspective.