Improve Your Relationships Through Better Conflict Resolution
In this short, 26 page e-book, Ken Trent presents several principles that are critical to helping you improve your relationships through better conflict resolution. These highly practical steps focus on developing mature ways of handling disagreements with life-altering effectiveness.
Improve Your Relationships Through Better Conflict Resolution works for couples, parents and children, friends, colleagues at work, and even strangers.
The first step starts with your perspective – remember, you’re both on the same team! As Dr. John Gottman points out, research has shown that great friendships and love relationships have the following benefits:
- Better Health
- Greater Wealth
- Greater Resilience
- Faster Recovery from Illness
- Greater Longevity (i.e. you will actually live longer)
- More Successful Children
Changing your perspective to the ‘same team’ mentality is critical to having better relationships. Once you realize you’re on the same team, you stop thinking of right vs. wrong and me vs. you, and you start thinking about the problem (and how to fix it).
The last step is the most powerful of all. It has the power to virtually eliminate the downward spiral of negativity between people who struggle to have a good relationship. Used correctly, it supports growth, maturity, and the development of a positive relationship in both you and the other person. And although it has incredible power, it’s also amazingly simple.
Growth and Maturity Make Relationships Better
Ultimately your goal in any relationship should be to cultivate mature and positive interactions. Each of the principles in the Improve Your Relationships Through Better Conflict Resolution e-book is designed to help you be the best version of you that you can be in those tough situations. The changes you make as a result of these principles will alter the dynamics of your relationships. As a result, the other people in your relationships will often be forced to confront themselves as well. In most cases, both of you come out much better in the end.
Although the principles themselves are simple, they require self-discipline and a great desire to change. But take heart! We believe in you. You can do this!