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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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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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High-Conflict People (HCPs) tend to have a pattern of self-defeating and upsetting behavior. Generally, this pattern includes: A preoccupation with blaming others – their “targets of blame” Extreme behaviors – that 90% of people would never do All-or-nothing thinking – … Continue reading

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 You can learn to coexist with a Narcissist by following these and other tips. I’ll write about other difficult personalities in coming blogs, so stay tuned for the series on Living with High-Conflict People. ARE YOU INVOLVED WITH THIS PERSON? … Continue reading

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Have you ever found yourself in an argument with someone who just can’t understand your point of view? Maybe you tried to convince someone what he did was wrong, and felt like if you explained it well enough, things would … Continue reading

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