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Are you a shark or a teddy? How understanding conflict styles can help you overcome fights with friends and family

Conflict resolution is a highly useful life skill to develop. Image: Pexels/Ketut Subiyanto

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'Teddy bears' seek to keep the peace and smooth things over. Image: Pexels/ Teresa Howes
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