Is someone who was once a close friend no longer speaking to you? Do you have family or friends who constantly fight? Are your co-workers at odds with one another?
Conflicts are so commonplace in the world today, most people take for granted that that's the way life is supposed to be. Yet it is not natural for two neighbors to always quarrel or for a husband and wife to constantly be at each other's throats. And it is not natural for continual conflicts to simmer between nations and then explode into open warfare.
There is a fundamental and natural law of human relations which explains why conflicts between people are so often difficult to remedy—from family arguments to international rivalries. Here, then, is the tool you can use to discover the source of any conflict and resolve it.
On the free online course, How to Resolve Conflicts, find out:
- What really fueled history's greatest conflicts
- How conflicts are kept stirred up
- How to discover a source of conflicts in your own life