Wounded Children Nation

There is a recent but ongoing research about the effects of ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) on people's further development along life. What we always imagined is true: those painful experiences when we are little in relationship with our parents … [Read more...]

How to Handle Conflict Gracefully

How hard is it for you to handle conflict? Maybe you are fighting with someone, witnessing a brawl, or need to tell someone that they’ve upset you – regardless of which it is, the situation makes your palms sweat, your stomach hurt, or you voice … [Read more...]

Skills for Managing Relationship Conflict

According to the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education, the number one predecessor of divorce is avoiding conflict. Strong relationships are more immune to divorce because the couple handles conflict in a healthy, constructive … [Read more...]

How to Handle Confrontations

Is it hard for you to handle confrontation? It could be you are fighting with someone, witnessing a fight, or need to tell someone that they’ve upset you – the situation makes your palms sweat, your stomach hurt, or you voice crack. These are all … [Read more...]

Can you fight with love?

It’s difficult to escape popular understandings about fighting with other people, even loved ones. Do you remember the old clichés? “Fight fire with fire” “The best defense is a good attack” Most of your experiences teach you to respond to … [Read more...]