Within the context of a Work-Shop-On-Mitigating-Our-Own-Alienative-Conflicts - - - What are the appropriate-kinds-of-responses by students to-resources such-as-essays at 1. Engage in Open and Honest-Dialogues about the Triggered-Insights of the Participants. 2. Attempts-to-Paraphrase what the Participants perceived the Writer-as-having-Described. 3. To offer Complementary-Insights that the Writer might-well-have-Included in the Written-Text. 4. To offer Complementary-Insights into how-to-help Reluctant-Persons to Perceive-Creative-New-Ways. 5. To attempt-to-describe how Truly-Gracious Mitigators-of-Alienative-Conflicts might-respond, and why. 6. To attempt-to-describe how Fully-Committed Domineering-Bullies might-respond, and why they would. 7. How we might use the-above-insights in helping-us to-Mitigate Our-Own-Alienative-Conflicts. 8. Suggest ways to Avoid-Getting-Stuck in the Ruts of Traditional-Mind-Sets and Alienative-Conflicts. 9. Suggest ways to Avoid-Staying-Stuck in: Negativity, Contentiousness, Polarizations, Dichotomies. 10. Suggest ways to Avoid-Staying-Stuck in Mutually-Exclusive: Perspectives, Activities, Mind-Sets. 11. Help each other to give Special-Attention to what readers have found to be Most-Helpful to them. 12. Seek help in understanding what other readers have found to be most Puzzling and/or Problematic to them.