We Are All different – Principle Of Conflict Management
The fact is that we are all like snowflakes; no two the same! So how can we make it easier for ourselves to accept and deal with those who are completely different to us and cause us stress?
Reading Materials With A Difference!
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Education is more than just doing a course or attending college or university. Education is also about becoming more aware about yourself and in doing so become more aware of your relationships, your career choices and your state of mind.
Got The Key Ingredients For A Successful Relationship?
Take This Relationship Checklist From A Leading Psychology Expert
“Like building a house, our relationships need a strong foundation to weather day-to-day challenges,” says Dr Mary Casey (Doctorate of Psychology), CEO of health and education centre Casey Centre. “When trust, respect and admiration are there, so is love – these make up the foundation. When these qualities wane, cracks can begin to appear – firstly in our communication with our partners, then in the way we feel around them.”
Rapport has been described as what happens when we get the attention of someone’s unconscious mind, and meet them at their ‘map of the world.’ It is more commonly understood as the sense of ease and connection that develops when you are interacting with someone you trust and feel comfortable with.
Does Anyone Ever Manipulate You?
Do you know that 90% of people surveyed (all from different walks of life) believe that they are controlled and manipulated by at least one person in their life? It might be a family member, partner or someone that they deal or work with.
These results are astonishing and indicate that we need to be further educated about how not to be controlled by another person regardless of our sex, age, career, job or education.
Casey College aims to promote this type of awareness in their courses so that students are more confident and better equipped to reach their potential and pursue their dreams.
Dr Mary Casey (Doctorate of Psychology) is founder and CEO of Casey Centre, a leading integrated health and education service. Visit www.caseycentre.com.au. A workplace relationship expert, Dr Casey is the author of How to Deal with Master Manipulators, a DVD and workbook with effective strategies to deal with manipulation at home or work. Visit www.dealwithmanipulators.com
Do You Tell The Truth, The Whole Trulth And Nothing But The Truth?
We can all admit that we told ‘that little white lie’ for a good reason. This is okay if it avoids hurting someone’s feelings however telling the Truth, regardless of the outcome is always the best policy.
Nonverbal communication (NVC) is the process of sending and receiving wordless messages. Here is how NVC can be broken down into categories and how much these categories weigh in a message:
People Do What They Do Because They Can!!
If for instance you are stressed, anxious or angry because of something someone said or did, it is human nature to blame them for making us feel that way. The reality however is that you allowed it! Ask yourself: “Why do I put up with bad behaviours from others? When you allow this to happen, it automatically becomes your doing.
Sometimes The Truth Hurts:
When this happens our first reaction is to defend ourselves…and rightly so! We should defend ourselves first and not just take what someone else says as gospel. At the same time though we need to closely examine what they say, put our ego aside and be truthful to ourselves if they are in fact right. This is the challenging part of personal development. The most difficult is when we need to make the change. As difficult and challenging as it is, it is empowering and accelerates our gaining of wisdom!
A Normal Emotion
Anger is a natural and mostly automatic response to pain of one form or another (physical or emotional). Anger can occur when people don’t feel well, feel rejected, feel threatened, or experience some loss. The type of pain does not matter; the important thing is that the pain experienced is unpleasant.