Conflict Management Communications

Think of a recent conflict, and now create a metaphor or figure of speech (simile) that summarizes the experience of it.

What aspects of the experience does the metaphor emphasize?

Does it focus on constructive or destructive aspects of the event or experience?

What interpretations and responses does the metaphor encourage?

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  1. Congressional representatives fighting over health care are like the dogs in the manger.

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