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For many, conflict is considered a negative experience and an indication that something has gone wrong. When viewed from that perspective it frequently creates interactions that leave us feeling frustrated and unsatisfied. This assignment will identify some of the ways we get stuck in the trap of justification and also provide hope for a new way of approaching conflict. This different approach unlocks the possibilities of conflict and empowers us to create the change we want in the world around us, in our relationships, places of work, communities, and most of all within ourselves.
“Conflict holds up a mirror to our deepest needs and most cherished hope and it is the doorway of opportunity for creating the change we want in our life. It is common to feel trapped and stuck when we experience conflict, but there is a way out!”-–Clair Canfield
Watch this Video: Take notes about the content.
The beauty of conflict | Clair Canfield | TEDxUSU
Once you have taken notes about the presentation, you will write an essay response. Upon completion, your essay should
Body of Essay Instructions
In the body of your post, you must include responses to the following: