CWC 86 – Avoid Conflict by Avoiding Others Belief Patterns

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This next installment in the, “Things I Wish I Knew Earlier” series comes directly from Chris’s son, Max.

Max had recently had a conversation in school with a friend about what they believe about the world, and it resulted in Max’s friend dissociating from him.
The key lesson here is that everyone has their own core belief patterns about the world. Touching on those patterns makes them uncomfortable, and confronting those core beliefs makes people downright hostile.
Chris teaches Max that it is a sign of the emotionally mature to be able to simply avoid these conversations, and if avoidance is impossible, to allow whoever you’re talking to to have their beliefs and respect them for it.
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