Deal with Conflict and Confrontation.

Conflict and confrontation can cause a significant degree of challenge in any type of relationship. Whether it’s a conflict with a co-worker or a confrontation with a partner, it can be challenging to navigate these issues without understanding the basic beliefs and principles that might lead you to the situation.

What Are Conflict And Confrontation?

Conflict and confrontation happen when two or more people disagree on something. Although similar, confrontation is usually more hostile and can sometimes turn physically or verbally violent. Various types of conflict can happen at any point, including conflict over information, values, interests or relationships. The conflict can then cause confrontation if there is poor communication, a difference in personality, resistance to change or different perspectives.

Typically some beliefs lead people down a path of conflict;

A sense of superiority

Poor communication


Personal differences

Where do you experience conflict?

Conflict and confrontation can happen at various times throughout your life and in different types of environments. Because conflict can stem from a range of issues and beliefs, it doesn’t stick to one particular area or place.

Here are some common conflict experiences:

  • In the workplace with colleagues or management
  • Between couples and partners
  • Amongst family members, especially when there’s a highly emotional event
  • Between siblings, if there are opposing views or miscommunication
  • Between students at school, which is commonly known as bullying
  • Between rivals or competitors in business

When conflict happens at home, it can affect life at work. When conflict arises at work, it can affect life at home. The two go hand-in-hand, and resolving the conflict can help you refocus and assess your top priority so you can progress without distraction, worry and concern.

Symptoms of conflict and confrontation.

Conflict can wreak havoc on your physical and mental health if it goes unresolved for too long. If you find yourself caught up in an ongoing conflict or confrontation, you might experience the following symptoms:

  • A chronic state of stress
  • Withdrawing from social situations
  • Trouble sleeping or poor quality of sleep
  • Physical feelings of unwell
  • Unable to handle varying levels of stress

Bullying conflicts can impact people long after the bullying occurs, and sometimes it’s hard to move on without the tools to navigate the situation effectively. Unfortunately, people often make up solutions to help them overcome the initial challenge, but these eventually start to work against them later in life. However, resolving these conflicts can profoundly impact your life and the weight of the emotional aftermath.

The Truth About Conflict and Confrontation.  

The results are powerful when you work to reveal the underlying cause of the conflict and resolve the miscommunication, the lack of understanding, and the vicious cycles of arguments. However, it’s sometimes challenging to reveal the cause without experienced help.

Bringing a fresh perspective to a tense conflict can help diffuse the situation and resolve the issue. It can change everything, including your relationship with your challenger, other people involved and most importantly yourself. No matter the issue, there is always a solution to the problem.

Let’s Work Together.

If you’re ready to understand the beliefs that commonly lead to conflicts in your life, join the waitlist to book a free 60-minute discovery session with Giorgio. This session is a non-obligation conversation to see if I can help you through your conflict and get you where you want to go.

At any given time, I only take on eight clients to ensure the service you receive is the gold standard you would expect from a life-changing service. So be sure to join the waitlist today to take advantage of the next opening because spots are limited.