Our quality world is our ideal inner picture of how we think our needs can be met. Conflict arises when there are disputes between one’s quality world and that of others. Choice Theory has developed the solving circle, a tool for helping to repair and renew relationships. Discover how you can use the solving circle to foster happier, more fulfilling relationships.
The idea you may have about your quality world doesn’t necessarily mean you are right. It only means this is the way you think your needs can be fulfilled. There are often conflicts between our quality world and that of others. In Choice Theory the process of learning how to navigate one another’s quality world is called the solving circles.
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