Hearing your thoughts, whether in the comments section or via email, makes my day. Here is a mix–some recent, some from a while back.
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Yeah! you’re rockin it. Great posts. I sense a catching of your stride with social media and blogging. —M.D
M.D., thanks for reading and the kind comment!
You say on the podcast [Turn Toward Others, A Jedi Leadership Trick] at 6:00:
- turning away increases conflict by producing hurt feelings and causes relationships to end relatively quickly….
- turning against leads to conflict avoidance by suppressing feelings and causes relationships to end more slowly….
I would think that the exact opposite is true. Try reversing the words “away” and “against” above. Here it is:
- turning against increases conflict by producing hurt feelings and causes relationships to end relatively quickly….
- turning away leads to conflict avoidance by suppressing feelings and causes relationships to end more slowly….
That makes as much or more sense, right? Especially how turning away leads to conflict avoidance…–S.L.
Folks, keep the questions, comments, and corrections coming!