posted by melissa .
How should i advise a friend who reponds to conflict by avoidance on why it is not healthy in sustaining positive relationships?
What do you think?
Tell them that when they avoid conflict, they are also avoiding the chance to understand the reason behind why the conflict happened. It will not help them grow as a person but it will make them become a coward by escaping the reality. The more they avoid conflict, the more they are trying to alienate themselves from the people that surround them. It will give them the impression that they do not care at all. So, even if how painful the conflict is or was or will be, you have to face it no matter what.
From the Oxford English Dictionary:
1.a county in the Republic of Ireland, in the western part of the province of Munster.
•the county town of Limerick, on the Shannon River; pop. 52,539 (2006).
1.a humorous, frequently bawdy, verse of three long and two short lines rhyming aabba, popularized by Edward Lear.
late 19th cent.: said to be from the chorus “Will you come up to Limerick?,” sung between improvised verses at a gathering.
limericks (plural noun)
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OOPS. Sorry, this was meant for another question.
What are ways that can i recommend my friend on how She should approach conflict resolution?
she should go through it cautiously and be smart about it. don't try to fix it then and there, do it gradually so she can get it done alright and efficiently. don't try to push it