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Those who have been following this blog for High Conflict Institute and our publisher/sister blog, Unhooked Books, have probably noticed that May 2013 was the busiest month we have ever had speaking around the world about high conflict people. I … Continue reading

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Unhooked Books is proud to join forces with others around the world to declare January as No Name-Calling Month. Why? Because name-callers cause a lot of hidden damage that we tend to intentionally deny and avoid. Name-callers are bullies and no one … Continue reading

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After watching two reports on NBC Nightly News and Fox News about the number of teenagers being described as narcissists, I thought it might be useful to talk about this as a new phenomenon that is causing problems with our … Continue reading

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High Conflict Institute is now 5 years old! When Megan Hunter and I started HCI, we had no idea what we were getting into. Little did we know that January 2008 was not a good time to start a business, … Continue reading

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I just finished a series of seven seminar days in three cities in Australia: Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne. Mostly I spoke to highly experienced professionals about managing high conflict people in legal disputes and workplace disputes. These included mediators, arbitrators, … Continue reading

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As a result of this continued polarization, some of the reasonable politicians – the people who could work together – are no longer trying to stay in office, but are divorcing themselves from their professional partners. Olympia Snowe, Maine’s retiring … Continue reading

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Experts see comparisons between current political tone and nasty divorce…with potentially dangerous consequences Scottsdale, AZ – August 22, 2012 – Could the angry tone of the 2012 Presidential campaign be just the beginning of a dangerous trend of national incivility … Continue reading

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[The following is an excerpt from the new book “SPLITTING AMERICA: How Today’s Politicians, Super PACs and the News Media Mirror High Conflict Divorce” by Bill Eddy and Don Saposnek (HCI Press, 2012). You can order now at www.UnhookedBooks.com.] © 2012 by … Continue reading

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High Conflict Institute provides training and consultations, as well and books, DVDs and CDs regarding dealing with High Conflict People (HCPs) in legal, workplace, educational, and healthcare disputes. Bill Eddy is the President of the High Conflict Institute and the author of It’s … Continue reading

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