Starting A Difficult Conversation - Deepstash

Starting A Difficult Conversation

  • Let the other party know that you believe that you will be able to sort out the issue on hand if you both try to understand each other.
  • Give each other the time to express one's experiences and emotions and the space to air out any grievances.
  • Whether you agree with each other doesn't really matter, what matters more is that you're able to actively listen and discern one another.

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Closing A Difficult Conversation

  • As the conversation comes to a close take the time to reflect back on what you've discussed, the next steps to be taken, and if there's anything left each party wants to say to the other.
  • Remember to ask the most important thing before closing the conversation and that is "Wha...

Preparing For A Difficult Conversation

  • Before you talk to your partner or anyone you have to address an issue with, ask yourself whether you're ready to have the conversation.
  • Think about the things you need to say without being consumed by negative emotions. Are you willing to say what...

Find Common Ground

Find Common Ground

Each side has some concern the other party can agree with, and this will become the foundation that enables you to bridge the gap that separates the parties involved.

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