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Chapter 20. Resolving Values Conflicts > Sorting Out Your Own Values Conflicts

Sorting Out Your Own Values Conflicts

Values conflicts are painful. They demand that you go deeper into yourself to find your own truth. In the spaces that follow this list of examples, write out the values conflicts you face.

Example: Do I work on the project I brought home from work (achievement) or spend time with my children (family relationships)?
Example: Do I express how I feel (honesty) or remain silent and pretend I agree (sense of community/security)?
Example: Do I fertilize my yard like the other homes where I live (beauty, conformity) or do I refrain from using fertilizer (environment)?



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