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During this time, I personally turned to a book that made a major impact on me while in college, The Anatomy of Peace by The Arbinger Institute.* Through fictional storytelling, this book teaches how we inadvertently invite or perpetuate conflict which we think we are trying to resolve. It explains the dynamics of interpersonal conflict and how our perception can become skewed. Most importantly, through this teaching, it reveals how bringing awareness to these tendencies can diminish their control, allowing us to see situations more clearly and work more efficiently toward solving problems of all sizes. 

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