Practice Positive, Compassionate Confrontation

Positive, compassionate confrontation makes it possible
for you to respectfully and safely explore differences and clarify issues.

—-M. Chere Sampson

Note: Many people avoid confrontation because of their misperception that confrontation has to be harsh and hurtful. Learning the art of positive, compassionate confrontation strengthens relationships by safely exploring perspectives and misunderstandings through caring and respectful communication.

Question: What is an essential step in expressing compassionate confrontation?

Chapter 16 Page 129 Practice, Positive, Compassionate Confrontation.

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