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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %RESPECT HONOR SUPPORT TOLERATE COPING STRATEGIES+980625 %DISINTEGRATIVE FRAGMENTIVE ALIENATIVE CONTENTIOUS+980625 %EVIL SINFUL CONFLICT EXCOMMUNICATION ESTRANGEMENT+980625 %DESCRIBE PRESCRIBE PROSCRIBE SCRIPTURE INTERPRET+980625 %BETTER SUPERIOR EXCLUSIVE DICHOTOMOUS SELF OTHER 980625 We will do well and be well as healthy people --- living cooperatively within healthy communities --- only to the extent that we cooperate in: 1. Recognizing, naming, describing and talking about the extent to which our various coping strategies which are: A. Essentially more integrative than --- essentially dis-integrative; B. Essentially more synthetic --- than essentially fragmentive; C. Essentially more likely to lead to reconciliation and peace --- than to lead to protracted violence, coercion and war. 2. Working to transcend our coping strategies which are dis-integrative, fragmentive, violent, coercive and war-like. 3. Articulating in affirmative ways our own ideas, ideals, values, principles and goals --- while seeking to listen to and understand different people's affirmative articulations of their own ideas, ideals, values, principles and goals. 4. Finding ways to resolve conflicts in WIN-WIN ways by GETTING TO YES in inventing and articulating ways to cooperate in fulfilling each other's basic healthy needs. 5. Recognizing, naming, describing and talking about the ways in which the following words point to coping strategies which lead to disintegration, fragmentation, violence, coercion and war: ARROGANCE SELF-RIGHTEOUSNESS EXCLUSIVITY INSOLENCE DISDAIN HAUTINESS LORDLINESS SUPERCILIOUSNESS PRESUMPTUOUSNESS LEGALISM CONDEMNATIONS JUDGEMENTALISM ADDICTIONS CODEPENDENCE CONTROLISM DECEPTIONS DISHONESTY COLLUSIONS US VS THEM FRIEND VS ENEMY GOOD VS EVIL SIN VS SINS SUCCESS VS FAILURE IN VS OUT (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================