Тема: How to solve high sex drive problems?


The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

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No problem, I learn a lot while analyzing design from other people, so I"d consider it a win-win situation

Percy is trying to figure out how to solve Vex"s problem of Vax. Also Vax"s problem, if he can get the win-win.

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Problems are related to dilemmas, doubts, and decisions. From a "scientific" viewpoint, any problem can be stated in terms of a conflict or conflicts between what are.


The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

These materials are intended to assist you in evaluating outcomes related to the use of CPS in your agency or school. For more information, contact: [email protected]

This Likert-scale version of the TSI is intended for use as a research instrument to track changes in thinking skills over time.

Morton Deutsch continues his discussion of what makes people be competitive or cooperative, and describes the results of those choices.

Win-win, win-lose, and lose-lose are game theory terms that refer to the possible outcomes of a game or dispute involving two sides, and more importantly, how each side perceives their outcome relative to their standing before the game. For example, a "win" results when the outcome of a negotiation is better than expected, a "loss" when the outcome is worse than expected. Two people may receive the same outcome in measurable terms, say $10, but for one side that may be a loss, while for the other it is a win. In other words, expectations determine one''''''''s perception of any given result.

To put any set of tools in context, they must generally support one of three generic objectives that groups are brought together to accomplish. These three objectives are to determine:

. Situation assessment, description of current reality, and identification of the core problem or conflict and assumptions that sustain it -- diagnosis

Tough choice : You"re welcome, No problem or OK?


The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

These materials are intended to assist you in evaluating outcomes related to the use of CPS in your agency or school. For more information, contact: [email protected]

This Likert-scale version of the TSI is intended for use as a research instrument to track changes in thinking skills over time.

Morton Deutsch continues his discussion of what makes people be competitive or cooperative, and describes the results of those choices.

Win-win, win-lose, and lose-lose are game theory terms that refer to the possible outcomes of a game or dispute involving two sides, and more importantly, how each side perceives their outcome relative to their standing before the game. For example, a "win" results when the outcome of a negotiation is better than expected, a "loss" when the outcome is worse than expected. Two people may receive the same outcome in measurable terms, say $10, but for one side that may be a loss, while for the other it is a win. In other words, expectations determine one''''s perception of any given result.

To put any set of tools in context, they must generally support one of three generic objectives that groups are brought together to accomplish. These three objectives are to determine:

. Situation assessment, description of current reality, and identification of the core problem or conflict and assumptions that sustain it -- diagnosis

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The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

These materials are intended to assist you in evaluating outcomes related to the use of CPS in your agency or school. For more information, contact: [email protected]

This Likert-scale version of the TSI is intended for use as a research instrument to track changes in thinking skills over time.

Morton Deutsch continues his discussion of what makes people be competitive or cooperative, and describes the results of those choices.

Win-win, win-lose, and lose-lose are game theory terms that refer to the possible outcomes of a game or dispute involving two sides, and more importantly, how each side perceives their outcome relative to their standing before the game. For example, a "win" results when the outcome of a negotiation is better than expected, a "loss" when the outcome is worse than expected. Two people may receive the same outcome in measurable terms, say $10, but for one side that may be a loss, while for the other it is a win. In other words, expectations determine one's perception of any given result.

I had the same issue many years ago. Typical NY problem. No way you can get creative and make it a win-win?


The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

These materials are intended to assist you in evaluating outcomes related to the use of CPS in your agency or school. For more information, contact: [email protected]

This Likert-scale version of the TSI is intended for use as a research instrument to track changes in thinking skills over time.

Morton Deutsch continues his discussion of what makes people be competitive or cooperative, and describes the results of those choices.

Win-win, win-lose, and lose-lose are game theory terms that refer to the possible outcomes of a game or dispute involving two sides, and more importantly, how each side perceives their outcome relative to their standing before the game. For example, a "win" results when the outcome of a negotiation is better than expected, a "loss" when the outcome is worse than expected. Two people may receive the same outcome in measurable terms, say $10, but for one side that may be a loss, while for the other it is a win. In other words, expectations determine one''s perception of any given result.

To put any set of tools in context, they must generally support one of three generic objectives that groups are brought together to accomplish. These three objectives are to determine:

... Situation assessment, description of current reality, and identification of the core problem or conflict and assumptions that sustain it -- diagnosis

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There is an easy, win-win solution to this problem.

In truth, there is no problem with having self-interests if those self-interests are compatible with what the people need. Win-win situation

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The first lesson introduces students to the concept of conflict, helps them consider that conflict is a normal part of life and does not have to lead to violence, and asks them to consider examples of conflict in their own lives. In the second lesson, students practice coming up with win-win solutions to conflict.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to give an accurate definition of conflict.
Students will recall and describe conflicts they have experienced.

These materials are intended to assist you in evaluating outcomes related to the use of CPS in your agency or school. For more information, contact: [email protected]

This Likert-scale version of the TSI is intended for use as a research instrument to track changes in thinking skills over time.

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Isnt it still a WIN-WIN situation? Whats your problem with? Both should not WIN?

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It is hard to take care of a new baby, but just because you have another child doesn t mean you get to let your "old" baby struggle with homework for six hours. Your daughter is still a little girl and of course she wants your attention. Her mommy is paying loads of attention to someone new. Help her for 20 or 30 minutes if she needs it. If it takes longer than that you should discuss it with her teacher.

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WOW!! You re a GENIUS!!!!