Confront. HOW TO TRANSFORM CONFLICT WITH. COMPASSION AND GRACE . David Augsburger. O. David Augsburger, Caring Enough to Confront. Conflict doesn’t need to tear your relationships apart. It can actually make them deeper, more loving, and more rewarding. In fact, I believe that honesty and. Caring Enough To Confront By David Augsburger. 7 Days. Conflict doesn’t need to tear your relationships apart. It can actually make them deeper, more loving.
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An excellent book which makes you reflect on how you deal with conflict.
May 17, Gary Patton rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: To care is to bid another to augaburger, to welcome, invite, and support growth in another. The author pointed out six types of questions that are posed not for the sake of gaining informative answers, but rather to make a statement by the questioner.
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Jul 22, Michelle Beese rated it really liked it. I cannot confront, because hurting another is the very last thing I want. I oscillate between two stars and three stars on this one. Sometimes the it feels tto as the examples and diagrams are reiterations of the text, but I suppose this help to reinforce the material.
Augsburger argued that we must confront our issues and learn to effectively deal with them. Each of these options makes sense in certain situations, but wherever possible, effective confrontation is the option that leads to growth and long term resolutions.
Caring Enough to Confront by David Augsburger
The more common practice is to keep these two distinct and separate. So these comments the author made were simply inaccurate. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Aug 06, Doug rated it really liked it. Read more Read less. Linda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Care-fronting is loving and level conversation.
Feb 18, Jake rated it liked it. I speak the truth as I see it and let the chips fly from my shoulder to fall where they may. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Augsburger at his best with this classic. As important carinb it is to stop holding others guilty of past mistakes, individuals must also learn to do the same for themselves.
Finally, the chapter on being a peacemaker, while controversial, made some significant points. Showing of 49 reviews.
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Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available. A lot big words that I had to look up to understand what they meant. Overall this is a useful book for considering productive conflict engagement from a Christian perspective.
The chapter on inviting change began by making the point that we must first truly care about someone before we can learn to carefully and tactfully confront p. I finally found out that I am an augsbjrger er and I need to speak up for myself instead thinking it will go away. Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages conffront qualifying books.
I want to put others autsburger and treat them according to the way God treats us. Oct 02, Norah rated it it was amazing Recommended to Norah by: The book is definitely a good read. The book was divided into ten chapters which did not necessarily connect. The author mixed a little theory with lots of real-world practice.