Conflict Hotline

Conflict Hotline – January 24, 2005

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The Conflict Hotline aired its 3rd shows Jan 24. 8 people called. Host Miki
Kashtan addressed diverse issues and challenges. One theme was the importance
of maintaining human connection when interacting with institutions. One
caller was asking for support in addressing painful political differences in
her family, and was supported by noticing the distinction between
understanding someone and agreeing with them, noting that she can promote
more understanding by listening to the basic human feelings and needs
underneath any message or action. One caller wanted to reach more
understanding with his ex-wife to be able to maintain connection with his
children, and another wanted to resolve a painful conflict with his 19-yr
old son. In both cases reaching for understanding and connecting with
everyone’s needs can support a resolution that works for everyone.

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