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eBook Beyond Blame: A New Way of Resolving Conflicts in Relationships ePub

by Jeffrey A. Kottler

  • ISBN: 1555426042
  • Category: Relationships
  • Subcategory: Self-Help
  • Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (March 18, 1994)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1341 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1816 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Conflict, according to Jeffrey Kottler, is an interactive process - you .

Conflict, according to Jeffrey Kottler, is an interactive process - you cannot look at a person who makes life difficult for you without also looking at yourself. While blaming others may lead to short-term relief, it often escalates conflicts and produces long-term damage. Kottler shows that to contend with conflict we must first understand the problem and then take responsibility by changing our own roles. Beyond Blame presents specific advice on conflicts in love and at work, and explains what to do when conflicts cannot be resolved.

Conflict is an unavoidable part of life. Everyone has at least one relationship that is in conflict, whether it's with a family member, a co-worker or boss, a teacher, a friend, or a lover

Conflict is an unavoidable part of life. Conflict is an unavoidable part of life. Everyone has at least one relationship that is in conflict, whether it's with a family member, a co-worker or boss, a teacher, a friend, or a lover. And while it is common to blame others for the conflict, this type of strategy usually makes things worse. Beyond Blame focuses on the only party in the conflict we have any control Conflict is an unavoidable part of life.

Conflict is an unavoidable part of life Blaming others is easy, but as author Jeffrey A. Kottler shows, the key to resolving conflicts. Everyone has at least one relationship that is in conflict, whether it's with a family member, or co-worker or boss, a teacher, a friend, or a lover. Blaming others is easy, but as author Jeffrey A. Kottler shows, the key to resolving conflicts is not what is wrong with others.

In this important and insightful guide, Kottler reveals that the key to resolving conflicts is not in changing everyone else. Rather, we can find the key within ourselves and learn to react differently by understanding the forces that maintain our self-defeating behaviors.

Beyond Blame: A New Way of Resolving Conflict in Relationships. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Compassionate Therapy: Working With Difficult Clients. Private Moments, Secret Selves: Enriching Our Time Alone.

Beyond Blame focuses on the only party in a conflict we have any control over-ourselves-and teaches us how to react .

Beyond Blame focuses on the only party in a conflict we have any control over-ourselves-and teaches us how to react differently to the situation. Paperback, Jossey-Bass Inc Pub, 1996, ISBN13 9780787902490, ISBN10 0787902497.

Focuses on the only party in a conflict that we have any control over: ourselves Conflict is an interactive process-you cannot look at a person who makes life difficult for you without also looking at yourself. And with conflict we must first understand the problem and then take responsibility by changing our own roles. Beyond Blame presents specific advice on conflicts in love, conflicts at work, and what to do when conflicts cannot be resolved.

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In Beyond Blame, Jeffrey Kottler explains how to. Identify what sets you off. Find the causes of your conflicts. At a time when too many conflict and negotiation books argue that the other side is the problem, Beyond Blame has an important and different message

In Beyond Blame, Jeffrey Kottler explains how to. Handle the discomfort of conflict. Try different strategies. Recognize the positive value of conflict. At a time when too many conflict and negotiation books argue that the other side is the problem, Beyond Blame has an important and different message. Instead of looking for ways of blaming or manipulating the other side, this book preaches the importance of taking responsibility for one’s own actions and attitudes, looking inward instead of outward. Jeffrey Z. Rubin, senior fellow, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

Psychologist Jeffrey Kottler has written a very helpful book on this subject entitled Beyond Blame: A New Way of Resolving Conflicts in Relationships, published by Jossey-Bass. Or the marriage was unpleasant and now the other partner must make this up in the divorce.

Focuses on the only party in a conflict that we have any control over: ourselves

Conflict is an interactive process--you cannot look at a person who makes life difficult for you without also looking at yourself. While blaming others may lead to short-term relief, it often escalates conflicts and produces long-term damage.

And with conflict we must first understand the problem and then take responsibility by changing our own roles. Beyond Blame presents specific advice on conflicts in love, conflicts at work, and what to do when conflicts cannot be resolved.

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The book was in a great condition and was at a very affordable price. I was satisfied with this product and look forward to reading this book.
Rainpick Rainpick
Blame is perhaps the most useless of all words in the human vocabulary, and it is the most useless of all emotions. If you get mad, know you are dealing with yourself and the person you are mad at has provided the excuse for you to get mad. And you get mad because you are afraid. If you are not afraid, there is no way you will get mad at someone. If you are not afraid, there is no way you can blame someone else for making you mad or uncomfortable. If you live without fear, if you love, there is no place for those emotions. There is no place for blame. When you feel good about yourself, everything around you is good. You love everything that is around you, because you love yourself. If you are truthful to yourself, you will save yourself a lot of emotional pain. You are never responsible for the actions of others, you are only responsible for you.