Avoidance Or Confrontation?

Do you tend to be non-confrontational and avoid conflict when possible? Or do you confront issues head-on to resolve them?

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Avoidance Or Confrontation?

3 thoughts on “Avoidance Or Confrontation?”

  1. Avoidance, all day every day. I’m terribly non-confrontational. I’m trying to be better, but it is very difficult.

    What puzzles me is why I am so non-confrontational. I don’t recall any formative experience that might have made me that way. Does anybody have any ideas why someone might turn out like this?

  2. I teeter between both. Or rather, when faced with a situation I could confront, I often simply do my own thing. What other people are doing shouldn’t dictate or even matter for my actions. But, if the pressure builds, I try to graciously confront the matter. I want what I have to say to be received well.

  3. In my younger years, I was all about avoidance. As I get older, I’m starting to want to confront instead. Makes me wonder whether this behavioral decision is heavily related to self-confidence (and perhaps overconfidence, for really confrontational people).

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