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In this dysfunctional/destructive conflict cycle, the conflict bogs down in the differentiation stage when competitive interests lead to divergence...

In this dysfunctional/destructive conflict cycle, the conflict bogs down in the differentiation

stage when competitive interests lead to divergence rather than integration. In this cycle,

the participants are so concerned with winning that they are unable to respond to integrative

messages, if indeed those messages even make it into the conflict interaction. What cycle is the question referencing?

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    • May 16, 2018 at 9:30am

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