If I were to ask you what your definition of confrontation is, what would you tell me?
You might say. “Janis, the idea of confronting someone makes me want to vomit! You may be someone who believes that confrontation means that there’s yelling, insulting and criticism involved. Maybe you define confrontation as something that never turns out well.
Today’s post is all about how to understand what confrontation truly means, what fears underly those who avoid confrontation and how you can think differently about speaking up for yourself, so that you don’t take the easy way out of a situation; giving up an opportunity to let go of unnecessary unhappiness. Continue reading