To address conflict or not address it is the question. When faced with conflict, do you like to address it with the individual and then move forward or do you prefer to sweep it under the rug and then move forward? If you're one of those individuals who prefer addressing before moving forward, what do you do once you've addressed the situation at hand, but it still remains unresolved? Maybe there are huge different in opinions, one or both parties are stubborn, etc. I see so many people who likes to avoid further conflict, so they choose not to address the problem, sweep it under the rug & move forward. A lot of times those same issues come back to bite them in the butt because instead of healing those wounds, bandages were placed on them. Then there are others who refuse to ignore the issues they're facing with others, they feel that it's an absolute MUST to address them, but then when nothing has changed after addressing the issue, they struggle with moving forward. Which one are you & why? And if you have an example/story of how you've handled conflict in the past, please share.