Conflicts, that remain unsolved or solved in a bad way, give rise to mutual avoidance or feelings of anger as well as sadness. They involve emotional components, therefore it is important to manage them in an effective way by knowing the causes of conflicts and our own as well as others’ needs and feelings. Moreover it is necessary to reflect our own behavior in cases of conflicts and to deal with feelings of anger and despair. Only if we know ourselves, we will be able to counteract evolving conflicts and solve them in an effective way. The successful engagement in a conflict can lead to personal improvements like a growth of self-worth, self-confidence and the ability to deal with our emotions and feelings. It also strengthens the sense of belonging as well as mutual respect and group cohesion.

Conflicts, that remain unsolved or solved in a bad way, result in  anger and sadness.
Since conflicts involve emotions, it is important to examine our feelings, needs and behavior.
Knowing ourselves can help us resolve conflicts more efficiently and can result in self-growth and self confidence.

It is also necessary to think about others and communicate with them.
It also strengthens the sense of belonging as well as mutual respect and group cohesion.

Conflicts, that remain unsolved or solved in a bad way, result in  anger and sadness.
Since conflicts involve emotions, it is important to examine our feelings, needs and behavior.
Knowing ourselves can help us resolve conflicts more efficiently and can result in self-growth and self confidence.

It is also necessary to think about others and communicate with them.
It also strengthens the sense of belonging as well as mutual respect and group cohesion.