So I’m done freaking out about being far from home- I already do that by going to college 6 hours away from home. What I realized was that I’ve never been on a car trip that was this long before, which is giving me LOTS of waiting/anticipation time before getting there. Living alone in a new place will be hard at first but I’m sure I’ll meet people. [Also, my boyfriend is...
After 17 hours of driving and 7.5 more to go, I’m starting to get nervous at how far away I’m going to be from everyone I know. I had no idea how much driving this was going to be…25 hours doesn’t sound like a lot on paper really. I just want someone to tell me that I made the right decision to do this internship. :/
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Breaking the Cycle: Conflict Strategies →
Different people use different strategies for managing conflicts. These strategies are learned, usually in childhood, and they seem to function automatically. Usually we are not aware of how we act in conflict situations. We just do whatever seems to come naturally. The 5 styles of managing conflict are: 1. The Turtle (Withdrawing) – Turtles withdraw into their shells to avoid conflict. They give...
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fatefellshortthistoime: “you’re only 18, you’ll regret that tattoo when you’re older” my mom says as she hands me college applications so i can decide on the career i’ll have for the rest of my life