"Resolving conflicts peacefully"

The key to more harmony inside and outside
Duration: 60 Minutes

You don't feel like arguing anymore? What if you could stop looking for compromises in conflict situations and actually resolve the dispute? Bestselling author and neurobiologist Gerald Hüther shows you, how to resolve conflicts permanently and peacefully.

How to solve recurring conflicts once and for all

Maybe you know this: You told your partner that it bothers you when he puts his dirty dishes on the sink and doesn't put them in the dishwasher? He thinks about it for a week, but then he leaves his dishes on the sink again after all. You get annoyed and a fight ensues.

You feel like you keep repeating yourself and just don't understand why your partner just won't meet you halfway... Maybe there are also argument topics that keep coming up with your friends or family.

What happens when conflicts come to a head and are constantly repeated? The relationship suffers as a result. And that's not all: In a partnership, permanent conflicts can even lead to a breakup in the worst case or cause friendships to break up. You don't have to let it get that far. In this masterclass you will get concrete tips and recommendations on how to solve every dispute peacefully and sustainably.

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You're in the right place for this masterclass if you:

want to permanently eliminate conflicts from the world
want to get to know yourself better
want to be calmer and more relaxed in argument situations
want to address problems more clearly without hurting the other person
wish for more harmony in your relationships

About Gerald Hüther

Gerald Hüther is a doctor of neurobiology, author and chairman of the Academy for Potential Development.

Gerald Hüther studied biology at the University of Leipzig, where he also received his doctorate. This was followed by a habilitation at the University of Göttingen. In Göttingen, Gerald conducted research at the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine in the field of brain development disorders. He is also a strong advocate of a reorientation of biology. For him, it is namely important to put oneself into the psychological processes in order to be able to interpret biology in its entirety.

In the context of his scientific work, he is primarily concerned with the influence of early experiences on brain development, the effects of anxiety and stress on our quality of life and associated emotional reactions to certain circumstances. He has published his knowledge and viewpoint on these topics in numerous publications. Furthermore, Gerald has become known to a wide audience through appearances on TV.

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