Genuine well being for ourselves and the planet

This is how my home church, the Unitarian Church of Montpelier, described my guest preaching there in early February: “Many of us dread engaging in conflict because it is uncomfortable, frightening, and seems destructive. Yet conflict engaged in well is a crucial ingredient of building more loving relationships on the personal and community level. UCM member Ginny Sassaman, who has a Masters in Mediation and Conflict Studies, has heartfelt and practical suggestions to follow the path of love by facing conflict with courage and compassion.”

Ginny outside the First Unitarian Universalist Church and Society of Barnard, VT July 2017

Now, I’m happy to say, that service is available on video so you all can watch it. I have to say, there are some helpful ideas here. Church might not be your thing, but if you want to watch, here’s the link:

Then, if you want, you can order my book and learn lots of other helpful stuff!

Comments on: "Conflict Resolution As A Path To Love" (1)

  1. Thanks💜

    Wasmus Counseling ServicesUlrike Wasmus, MA, LCMHC153 State StreetMontpelier, Vermont 05602Tel: (802)522-7167


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