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VIDEO How to Talk to Your Dad: Turning Conflict into Conversation | Madeline Poultridge | TEDxOlympia

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Using skills from mediation in everyday arguments and interactions.

Madeline is entering her senior year at Avanti High School in Olympia, WA. She began her work in conflict resolution at age 15 with the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County. She is thrilled to share ideas and stories with the community.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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  1. Another point that proves there should be PREREQUISITE behavioural training for all potential and soon to be parents. This skill should exist before some childish nutjob conceives life, then orders and admonishes it, then spouts a variety of excuses for not educating themselves on communication, respect, and neurotic tendencies. fixing yourself is not something you improvise as you go along, while moulding a young, impressionable mind.

  2. My dad is 89, hard of hearing, getting physically fragile but has a sharp mind and tongue. He is incredibly opinionated, stubborn and negative. It is so hard to have a conversation with him. He is a catastrophizer. Everything is going to end horribly. I will try these three golden questions. Thank you.

  3. Just to remind anyone reading this, must of the times we're more afraid of what might happen instead of what will actually happen, you will never know the outcome until the thing you're afraid happens.

  4. Me and my dad are alright no issues
    My mom left him when I was little so I didn't grow up with him, I still talk to him on the phone but our conversations are awkward hes kinda cold but I know he cares about me and I do too I'm going to visit him soon so I'm watching these videos to see what daughters do with their dads and have normal conversations without being awkward any tips/advice?

  5. im about to be 16 and i wanna talk to my dad but i ghosted him after a while and i feel really bad.. i just dont know or have the courage to start a conversation again with him and thats like the hardest part for me. only idea i have right now is when i get a new number or phone i would text him but its hard for me right now. after a while he started contacting my mom asking why im not texting him back and i said i didnt wanna talk to him anymore but now i regret saying that because me and him had a really close relationship .

  6. It's January 9, 2021, & I think I'm just gonna go watch John Mulaney at this point, cuz my dad's like, "Well I think that horse should stay in the hospital!" & you're like, "Dads will respond to fairness concerns," & I'm like, "WE'RE WELL PAST THAT!" Meanwhile, the horse is like, "I want you all to go murder my vice-horse." & I'm just like okay- okay. okay- okay. okay- okay.

    ….nice ideas for petty arguments though. =/

  7. I feel like whatever I try I can't be opened up with my dad everytime I go to his house I act like I'm fine cuz I know if I try to open up to him he will get mad like always

  8. I do wish people would properly hydrate their mouth before talking so us suffering from misophonia don't have to endure trigger noises like: 3:42 (or at least close your mouth when you pause talking. Or don't have the mic so close)

  9. My favorite memory of being friends with this person was drinking Lapsang Souchang tea and sharing earbuds to listen to Russian classical music at a place in downtown Oly. Also breaking the huge slabs of ice that formed in the bird fountain by the library 😉 Nice Ted Talk. This person always made their dad sound awesome. This topic came as no surprise but how well articulated it was I felt bad I didn’t have money for the live show.

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