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Psychological benefits of conflict resolution

Psychological benefits of conflict resolution

When there is conflict, the body responds with a fight or flight reaction. Stress increases blood sugar levels and speeds up the heart rate. The cortisol released soaks the brain’s nerve cells, causing memories to shrink.

When we deal with emotions first, it will help reduce stress, allowing for regular, rational problem-solving skills to continue.

That is why it is important to wait for the emotions to subside before engaging in a discussion. Benefits include:

  1. Stress reduction
  2. Improved self-esteem
  3. Improved self-efficacy
  4. Better relationships
  5. Increased energy


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