Zett Why
Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

An idyllic picture. Two people meet, talk to each other, and separate in a friendly manner. You may say – what’s so special here? But I suggest that you look at this situation a bit closer. If you are unbiased and fair enough, you will notice an interesting thing. When talking to other person, we are actually talking to ourselves. Whether we want to or not, we think of ourselves as the centre of the universe, also seeing the world only through ourselves. This is especially true in conflict situations. But let’s analyze this at first by asking – why do conflict situations arise in interpersonal communication? The main cause is disagreement in opinions. Now, let’s consider what such a disagreement really means…   Every person has unique personal experience. What seems dangerous to one person can be a normal daily routine for another, and vice versa. When talking, people share their experience and exchange opinions. On principle, during communication with an unknown person, a scanning process is working. The process is soft enough up to a particular limit – till all the parameters synchronize. When the parameters totally synchronize, we say that the person is good, and seek friendship with them. A conflict situation appears when one or the other’s internal limit for achieved possibility is reached or exceeded…
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