All successful negotiations depend on two outcomes, whether you’re dealing with your 15 year old, or mediating a border dispute in the Middle East.

De-Escalating Parent/Child ConflictWhen parent-child conflict becomes a regular event, level-headed thinking and reasonable dialogue are usually long gone. If you can prevent it from getting to that stage, both parents and kids have a better chance of getting what they want from each other.

This article by Scott McMillin provides tools for parents to de-escalate existing conflicts, and prevent new problems from reaching the conflict stage.

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