Most people prefer to avoid conflict. "Conflict Avoidance" is the preferred method by most people when confronted with conflict. I have learned to be "Conflict Seeking" or better described as "Conflict Receptive". This doesn't mean that I want to cause conflict. It simply means that I appreciate conflict and it's role in our lives. Conflict exists and if we don't address it, the conflict rarely resolves itself and it often causes things like pain, bitterness, resentment and a host of other negative responses. I have found that when I confront conflict with an attitude of growth and resolution, and not a mindset of defensiveness and superiority, most situations are resolved fairly easily and result in an overall better situation for all involved. "Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is ." Lucille Ball
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