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Conflict Resolution

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The final paragraph of the Mishnah states: “Great is peace, for G‑d found no other vessel for [His] blessings other than peace.” Meaning that G‑d only sends His blessings to a family, community, country, etc., if it is in a state of peace.
One would think that an individual who has gone through a divorce would have “learned his lesson” and will, therefore, not repeat the mistakes of the past. But often this isn’t the case.
I just received an invitation from my friend to her son's Bar Mitzvah. Unfortunately, a few years ago, we had a bad fall out. Should I go?
Question: One of the guys who attends my local synagogue is a nag, who is constantly criticizing everyone, at every moment, every day. Hey, he even critiques the rabbi! I have had as much of him as I can stand, and in fact, I have actually told him this a...
Question: Coming from the midwest, I have always been told that I'm going to hell, that I'm wrong and evil and over all, I feel hated. Naturally I don't believe what they tell me, but it concerns me that I just want to lash back. Just like the hate they g...
Generally speaking, we are obligated to settle our differences in a beth din, Jewish rabbinical court. If, and only if, the other party refuses to go, or if there is immediate and ongoing, irreparable financial loss or harm, may the plaintiff circumvent t...
Sobbing loudly, Naomi ran into my bedroom in the middle of the night, for the fourth time that week. "Was it the same dream?" I inquired, knowing what her answer would be
If you are blessed with two or more children, chances are that they will fight. But what can be even more damaging, in the long run, is that you will be expected to act the judge
When children get into a fight you hear them say, "I'll never talk to you again! I won't play with you for a million years!" Minutes later they're enjoying each other's company. What do children know that we adults don't?
Are you in a fight with the other guy, or are you facing a struggle between the good and the evil inside your own heart?
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