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Health Ch. 7

Conflict

TermDefinition
conflict any clash of ideas or interests.
resources something you use.
values things important to you and your family (beliefs).
body language communication that is done with gestures or facial expressions.
active listening hearing and responding to what is being said.
negotiation the act of discussing the issue of a conflict to reach an agreement.
compromise a solution to a conflict in which each side give up something in order to reach an agreement.
collaboration a solution in which both sides work together to get what they want.
mediation a neutral third person listens to both sides to try to help resolve a conflict.
peer mediation someone close to your age acts as a mediator.
intimidation the act of frightening others through the use of threatening words or body language.
bully a person who constantly picks on or beats up others.
sibling rivalry competition between brothers and sisters.
tolerance respect other people's opinions and belief.
aggression any action or behavior that is hostile pr threatening to another person.
violence physical force used to cause damage or injury.
emotions feelings.
neutrality not taking sides
confidentiality keep things secret
possessions something you own.