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“Setting limits is the most important and most difficult step in handling High Conflict People.” Continue reading

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“Paint a picture of that person treading water alone in the ocean. When we extend logic, explanation, insults and avoidance to them, they just sink deeper. Arms flailing, they’re barely able to keep their head above water.” Continue reading

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You can’t put the cart before the horse. High Conflict People need to be calmed before they can find the bridge to logic. Continue reading

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Your tendency will be to have and desire as little contact with the HCP as possible. Don’t fall into that trap. Continue reading

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When dealing with high-conflict people in close relationships or at work, it is especially important to set limits on their unrestrained aggressive behavior, yet to do it in a way that doesn’t make things worse. Continue reading

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A surprising occurrence for many individuals in the workplace is the notion of Groundhog Day when dealing with someone who may be a High Conflict Personality (HCP) and is under stress. Most adults recognize that good working relationships are vital … Continue reading

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