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Most individuals and groups who appear stuck in long-standing conflicts define themselves, at least in part, as “the ones who must fight.” Whether they see themselves as victims, dominants, or simply as having to struggle to survive or thrive; whether this struggle is with another party or simply within themselves (the individual’s life or among...

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Recently, a business client of PPS was experiencing massive communication problems within the executive team, which led to dramatic inefficiency and stress. The CEO asked us to help. In talking with him, it became clear that some of his executives were not totally confident in their fellow team members, that trust was being challenged, and...

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Understanding Conflict & Cooperation To understand conflict, we actually have to understand cooperation because they are both two sides of the same coin. In other words, if we’re not in one state, we’re in the other. At all times, we are internally either in conflict or cooperation with ourselves; similarly, we are at all times...

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Introduction November 8th, 2016 was a difficult day for at least half of the American people, while an incredibly triumphant day for the other half. In the days that followed, thousands of Americans would take to the streets to protest the election of whom they construed as a racist, misogynistic new president. Inevitably, this divide...

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There is a vast literature on the origins, functions, and proliferation of religious cognition, and an equal amount of debate among its researchers. Although no uniformly agreed-upon theory of the evolution of religion currently exists, there are particular hypotheses that have gained traction. One generally undisputed benefit of religion’s adaptive functionality, which helped drive the...

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When it comes to surviving and thriving for a human being, our focus must go to human needs fulfillment. There are six core physiological needs and six core psychological needs. These needs are universal for human beings, required by all people everywhere regardless of culture, gender, or age. Human needs are an important topic for...

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A client (we’ll call him Jason) recently came to me for counseling prior to a negotiation between him and his business partner. Jason and his partner have been friends for 20 years, but they have only recently gone into business together. Jason had a list of concerns and steps that he wanted to see taken;...

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