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IS THE DAILY GRIND GETTING THE BEST OF YOU?Sometimes the daily grind gets to be, well, a daily grind. 

The daily grind carries with it a certain level of stress.  And sometimes the stress level ramps up.

Too often, when we are in a stressful situation, our knee-jerk responses can get the best of us and we end up with damaged relationships because of it. 

Understanding the sources of conflict, including triggers or hot-spots, and behaviors that illicit productive, unproductive and even destructive responses is a first step.  Follow that with the development of skills, tools and strategies for successfully navigating conflict in our everyday interactions, and we have tapped into something that is very helpful!

“Navigating Conflict” is the title and goal of the upcoming online session of “Cultivating Resiliency for Women in Agriculture.”  But don’t let NOT being in agriculture keep you away!

“Navigating Conflict” is scheduled to be held online as a one-hour session on Friday, September 13, starting at 12:00 noon.  It will be archived after it airs live.  To participate, register online at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2969161182635790849.

Other sessions that are already archived include:

  • Navigating Tough Discussions – Be successful at starting and working through conversations having to do with farm transitions, financial binds or shortfall, and family working relationships.
  • Anxiety, Depression, and Coping Skills
  • Suicide and the Agricultural Way of Life
  • You Can’t Pour From an Empty Cup – Fill it to Support Yourself and Others
  • Building and Maintaining Relationships in Stressful Times
  • Increasing Your Joy and Happiness While Living a Farm Life

Additional details about past and upcoming sessions of “Cultivating Resiliency” can be found online at: https://americanagriwomen.org/webinars/

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