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Anger & Conflict in Relationships

Practical Psychology

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5.being able to express anger requires ____ in the relationship
7.accept responsibility for your own feelings, don't blame the other person
8.what is your __ for the confrontation - concern or to get even?
9.the violence of ____ is destructive; both parties pay a price in the long run
11.in an ___ relationship, extreme caution must be exercised if confronting the abuser and may be best not to controm the person at all
12.he said peace in the world depends on forgiving others and ourselves
13.Don't ____ _____ from conflict; you may want to ask for a time-out (2 Words)
15.avoid planning your next ___ while your partner is speaking
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1.to avoid rupturing the relationship, expressing anger must not be ___ or abusive
2.Weenolsen wrote that forgiveness is like ____ _____ on the soul, cutting away the rotten parts. (2 Words)
3.a ___ delivery of a confrontation is a loving act, not an attack
4.Recognize the importance of ___ the other person without forgetting what was done to you
6.conflict can be a healthy sign of individual ____ in a relationship
10.if anger is reflexive for a person, it easily becomes ____
14.instead of pointing out the way another person is; focus on how what he/she is doing affects ____

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