Daily InspirationWhen someone does something we do not like and does not want to stop doing it, or someone won't do what we want, we have only two choices: we can accept them by opening to learning and coming to understand why they do what they do, or we can leave them. What we cannot do is get them to change. Yet trying to have control over getting others to change is where many people spend their energy. By Dr. Margaret Paul
Any two or more people can reach healthy conflict resolution when each person involved is concerned with their own highest good and the highest good of all. Conflicts become battles when each person is intent on winning, or at least not losing.