Conflict Resolution and Rebuilding Workplace Relationships
Having conflicts at work is very common, this article explores ways in which trust and equations can be restored at the workplace.
Your Relationships and You
Conflict is a natural part of different kinds of relationships. Our own unique life experiences cause us to deal with them in a certain way. While doing this is understandable, it is also helpful to learn about certain strategies that can help us handle these conflicts better, overall.
How to be Assertive
As you know, being assertive is a skill that we all require in varying degrees. It seems straightforward enough, but when it comes to implementing it in practical ways, we struggle. Learn how to be assertive, especially if you tend to be passive aggressive.
Formula For A Great Relationship
A healthy relationship is set on three building blocks: cohesion, flexibility, and communication. Let's look at how these different building blocks work in conjunction with each other to establish a great relationship.
Social Media and Relationships
While social media allows us to be in close communication with our partners and share pictures of our relationship with friends, this can sometimes create complications and misunderstandings. Read on to find out how you can reduce the risk of having these conflicts sparked by social media, and tips on cautious use of online mediums especially when you are in a relationship.
Emotional Outbursts in the Workplace
We have all heard of road rage and perhaps experienced it at some point in our lives. Just like in traffic, life in office can get hectic and cause us to have a case of desk rage.
Resolving Parent-Teen Conflict
When you consider what is going on during adolescence, a certain amount of squabbling and argument isn't surprising. Arguments often arise out of a clash of roles. As they mature, your teenager's job is to gain greater independence from you. Your job is to protect your teenager as much as possible as he or she exercises more freedom and acts more autonomously.
Dual Career Couple and the Conflicts
We live in a world that is not only competitive but also constantly evolving. With both partners working there are bound to be conflicts, whether they are about parenting, finance, in-laws or even careers. These challenges are inevitable but if these are not dealt with soon, the resultant stress can have unpleasant consequences on the marriage. This article looks at some typical conflicts of dual career couples, and ways to manage them.
Help Your Child Make Friends
Spending time and playing with friends is an important way for children to learn social skills. Kids need to be encouraged by parents to make friends when they are 3 or 4 years old, as at that time social interaction increases. Contact with the peer group makes the child more confident and facilitates learning rules like sharing, taking turns, exploring their own feelings and those of others.
Coping with an Unwelcome Pregnancy
Contrary to popular belief, pregnancy is not always greeted with joy and excitement. If you are not prepared to be a parent you may feel confused and depressed on getting this news. And to add to it, you also feel guilty about your feelings. When you are assailed with so many doubts, you are bound to feel that something is wrong with you. Well, this may not necessarily be the case as some women do go through such mixed feelings.