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For questions with regards to conflicts, such as how to deal with them or how to get involved with one. This tag is typically used for situations where there is already a conflict. If your question covers a potential conflict (possibly about to happen), please use the conflict-aversion tag.

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This might not be the advice you are looking for, but everything you describe are red flags and point to an unhealthy relation with a possibly mentally unstable person. I would recommend seriously qu …
answered Sep 16 '18 by Tom
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Most of the answers so far are standard advise from people who have not been in the position of the victim. They require skills or traits that you may or may not have. Ignoring / staying calm - that …
answered Jun 2 '18 by Tom
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Your request is entirely unreasonable. They have been understanding so far, build on that instead of burning the bridge. In psychology, exposure therapy works by gradually increasing exposure, not by …
answered Mar 19 '18 by Tom
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A lot of the answers are submitting to Anne's fanatical ideals, and that is the wrong approach to take, even if you want to avoid a confrontation. At this point, Anne has turned from a concerned pers …
answered Jan 21 '18 by Tom
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The adult answer would be to open negotiations about changing the agreement. Obviously, the circumstances under which the original agreement was made are not the circumstances that are valid today, so …
answered Sep 19 '17 by Tom
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This is not a flirting issue, it is a respecting boundaries issue. No, you should not ignore it so he doesn't get a rise. While this approach might eventually stop his actions, before that happens he …
answered Feb 6 '18 by Tom
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There are two answers, one for each of the paths that you ask about: Avoid questions by either removing the flag or putting it in context. The context could be other countries you like, or stickers t …
answered Jun 8 '18 by Tom
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Jane is right in that you are involving yourself in a business that isn't yours, and I suspect a good share of the reason is that you cannot manage your feelings about this affair and you are looking …
answered Mar 19 '18 by Tom