Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way, presents a developmental paradigm for identifying and resolving three kinds of conflict. Based on Developmental Systems Theory, combined text/workbook format is a self-healing workshop in itself. This 2nd edition of Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way is the product of more than 20 years of research, it presents Barry & Janae Weinholds life-changing, consciousness-shifting paradigm for resolving conflicts in all human systems. It contains many written exercises help personalize the information. Click here to see this book’s Table of Contents.
Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way is designed to use conflicts as a means for shifting your consciousness so that you can move forward in your evolution. It shows you how to use conflict to transform yourself, your relationships and your life. The book will help you identify your “developmental traumas” that might have happened from before birth through the first three years of life, and connect them to present-day intractable conflicts.
Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way also presents a systemic approach that shows how your unresolved internal conflicts not only cause conflict in your intimate relationships and your family, but contribute to conflicts in schools, the workplace and communities, in the counseling and legal professions, and in nation-states. Specific chapters show how to apply The Partnership Way model in each of these systems.
Conflict Resolution: The Partnership Way is filled with self-inventories, self-awareness activities and step-by-step worksheets to use in resolving different kinds of conflicts. It will help you learn how to:
- simplify and reframe your conflicts from a negative to a positive experience;
- resolve conflicts of wants and needs and values and beliefs;
- utilize the strong feelings that often emerge during conflict situations;
- heal underlying traumas at the source of conflicts;
- unify the opposites that appear in conflict situations;
- develop reciprocity in relationships;
- infuse conflict situations with compassion and kindness;
- resolve your intractable conflicts at their source and
- welcome conflict as a tool for transformation.