Conflict happens. And in the right conditions, it’s also perfectly healthy. But conflict can also be destructive and intractable.

How do we distinguish these types of conflict? And what can we do when we’re stuck in the unhealthy kind?

Click here to watch an interview with Chicago CRED’s Curtis Toler and Arne Duncan, and journalist Amanda Ripley. They discuss how people shift from destructive “high conflict” to regular conflict, which Ripley believes is “inevitable, essential, and healthy.”

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