Grounding Exercises to Prevent and De-Escalate Conflict

Grounding exercises can play an important role in conflict resolution. They help us prepare for difficult conversations and can even help start a meeting on a good foot. Whether it's frustration about a late bus, or our worries about a family member who is sick, we carry our stress with us wherever we go. Grounding exercises are one tool to help us put aside what distracts us, so we can be present in the room and our bodies, and focus on the moment. Here is one exercise you can use on your own before a difficult conversation with a loved one, or to start off a meeting with your whole team or organisation. Sit in a position that is comfortable and helps you to stay alert. Close your eyes,

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