Category Archives: *Civility

Dealing with the Trump Presidency: High-Conflict on Steroids Guest By Don Saposnek, Ph.D. Trump is president. That is our current reality. While nobody would doubt that this presidential election process was extraordinary, the polarization of the political parties and of … Continue reading

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High Conflict Personalities in Civil Litigation © 2015 John C. Edwards, Esq. It is expected and understood by most people in the legal profession that because of the intensely personal nature of the issues that come up in family law, … Continue reading

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Did you miss our 10 Chapter Series on The Trump Bubble & High Conflict Politicians? Pre-Order the book TODAY! This is an excerpt from the new book by Bill Eddy, available for Pre-Orders now. Book will be released in May. … Continue reading

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What We Can Do Mitt Romney gave a speech on Thursday, trying to expose Trump as a “phony, a fraud” and to inform people about all of his illogical qualities. The other candidates are also trying to do this. This … Continue reading

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Thinking people have been caught by surprise at the huge number of people who are supporting Donald Trump. They mention that he is a blowhard, inconsistent, not a true conservative, a bully, a con artist, berates his employees, hires foreigners, … Continue reading

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Here’s an interesting blog by someone applying our High Conflict People principles to Donald Trump, with a brief comment from Bill Eddy. Guest Blog by Nate Regier, commentary by Bill Eddy The Donald is a wildly successful real-estate mogul and … Continue reading

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In Part I of this 3-part blog, I shared some random thoughts about how America’s race problem appears to be caused more by daily alienating behaviors in the present than by history. In Part II I explained how I thought an … Continue reading

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Do you have a surge protector for your computer? I’ll bet you do! Otherwise, you could burn out your computer during a power surge from a storm, after a power outage or other cause. But do you have a surge … Continue reading

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2014 will be remembered for its high-conflict boundary disputes and attacks on innocent students. Russia invaded and annexed Crimea, while lying about it until it was over. Russia continues to equip rebels in the Ukraine, perhaps with similar intentions, again … Continue reading

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Times have changed. Incivility is growing in the workplace, as well as in most areas of our society. How big of a problem is this? Why is this happening? And what can be done about it – as individuals and … Continue reading

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