Conflict with Benefits: Learning to embrace the value of confrontation! *Replay*

Conflict with benefits: Learning to embrace the value of confrontation!
Date: July 27, 2016

Sometimes non-confrontational people are haled as saints, the meek and humble ones of the earth that preserve peace and dignity, but… There is a difference between being a peacemaker and a coward! Being “non-confrontational” is not always an outward show of humility or maturity. It is often rooted in fear, a poor self-image and a lack of self-control. Of course being ready to fight over any and everything at the first hint of disagreement is not a commendable characteristic either. So, is there a way to face confrontation head-on, without being destructive? Is conflict more beneficial silence sometimes? Do unconfronted issues really “just go away”, or do they perpetually linger until diffused, like ticking time bombs? Dr. Intimacy and Motivational Speaker, Jerome D. Johnson, will reveal the hidden benefits of conflict and how to embrace the value of confrontation, next on Inspired Intimacy. Securing peace sometimes means declaring war, DON’T MISS IT!

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