Fear of Confrontation.

After my confrontation with my shopping the other day it brought forward the fact that I cannot do confrontation/conflict in any shape form or size. Even at home if any family members start arguing I walk out the room, full of anxiety. Because of this I have put together a collection of information on the above subject. Why, what, who, how. Your situation may become clearer and you may pick up tips on the way.

Dreamstime

I have put this meditation at the beginning as it is very good. So if you are feeling anxious all the time have a go

Fear of confrontation is the fear of any conflict-related situation, created either by you or someone else. People who have fear of confrontation tend to avoid expressing their feelings or rights if they feel it might end up in a conflict. They also hate anything that feels like a social drama. (Shine Sheets)

Conflict avoidance is a person’s method of reacting to conflict, which attempts to avoid directly confronting the issue at hand. Methods of doing this can include changing the subject, putting off a discussion until later, or simply not bringing up the subject of contention. Conflict prevention can be used as a temporary measure to buy time or as permanent means of disposing of a matter. The latter may be indistinguishable from simple acquiescence to the other party, to the extent that those avoiding the conflict subordinates their own wishes to the party with whom they have the conflict. However, conflict prevention can also take the form of withdrawing from the relationship. Thus, avoidance scenarios can be either win-lose, lose-lose or possibly even win-win, if terminating the relationship is the best method of solving the problem. (wiki)

Quotespedia

Turner and Weed classify concealment as one of the three main types of responses to conflict, describing concealers as those who take no risk and so say nothing, concealing their views and feelings. Concealers are further divided into three types; namely:[2]

  • Feeling-swallowers who swallow their feelings. They smile even if the situation is causing them pain and distress. They behave thus because they consider the approval of other people important and feel that it would be dangerous to affront them by revealing their true feelings.
  • Subject-changers who find the real issue too difficult to handle. They change the topic by finding something on which there can be some agreement with the conflicting party. According to Turner and Weed, this response style usually does not solve the problem; instead, it can create problems for the people who use this and for the organization in which such people are working.
  • Avoiders who go out of their way to avoid conflict.


What is conflict confrontation Wikipedia?

Confrontation is an element of conflict wherein parties confront one another, directly engaging one another in the course of a dispute between them. A confrontation can be at any scale, between any number of people, between entire nations or cultures, or between living things other than humans.

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What kind of person avoids confrontation?

What it looks like. Conflict avoidance is a type of people-pleasing behaviour that typically arises from a deep rooted fear of upsetting others. Many of these tendencies can be traced back to growing up in an environment that was dismissive or hypercritical.

Try the links below to find out to help yourself cope with your fear.

Shinesheets.com

Psychology Today

Very Well Mind

A quickie EFT script from Brad Yates. Worked for me

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