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Essential Conflict Communication Skills

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    1. Speaking & Listening During Conflict
    A lesson with Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
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    Improve conflict communication in your relationships by learning the fundamental characteristics of being a good listener and speaker during an argument.

    Improve conflict communication in your relationships by learning the fundamental characteristics of being a good listener and speaker during an argument.

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    2. Timing & Conflict Communication
    A lesson with Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
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    Learn about the importance of timing your conflict communication in this lesson for couples. Hint: the same timing doesn't work for everyone!

    Learn about the importance of timing your conflict communication in this lesson for couples. Hint: the same timing doesn't work for everyone!

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    3. Appreciation & Conflict Communication
    A lesson with Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
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    Whether you're in conflict with your spouse, child, friend, or coworker, learn the importance of showing appreciation during conflict communication.

    Whether you're in conflict with your spouse, child, friend, or coworker, learn the importance of showing appreciation during conflict communication.

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    4. Communicating the Problem in a Conflict
    A lesson with Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
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    Learn the importance of identifying the problem and communicating it to your partner in this lesson on essential conflict communication skills.

    Learn the importance of identifying the problem and communicating it to your partner in this lesson on essential conflict communication skills.

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    5. "I" Statements in Conflict Communication
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    Discover how to properly use "I" statements to express how you feel and avoid attacking the other person involved in conflict communication.

    Discover how to properly use "I" statements to express how you feel and avoid attacking the other person involved in conflict communication.

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8 Comments
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Wanda P
Thx very important things to remember and to practice
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Elli B
I find it too simplistic ..actually it was boring because most people know all this already It would be better to start at a higher level ..
Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
I appreciate that. Duly noted!
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Brandy T
They have a great relationship and are on point with each other. They communicate effectively.
Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
Thank you.
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Kortney C
Agree, expected them to kiss
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Wendy A
It's distracting how much the speakers look directly at each other rather than the camera.
Sam and Kerri Moehlenpah
Thanks for the feedback.
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