Successful Confrontation

Build your courage and hope to break out of painful cycles and establish deeper levels of comfort and connection in your relationships. | taught by Danny Silk

Course description

Are you sick of fighting with the people you love? Are you afraid to talk about important issues because of the pain and frustration that comes afterwards? Is communicating through a problem and reaching a satisfying solution a foreign experience for you?

If you said “yes” to any of these questions, then Successful Confrontation is for you!
This eCourse is 8 sessions on how to understand who you are talking to, what you are trying to say, and how to say it. These sessions will equip you with awareness and tools to communicate effectively while protecting and strengthening connection in any type of relationship—marriage, parenting, leadership, and more.

Successful Confrontation teaches:

- The definition and goal of a successful confrontation
- Keys to grow in emotional awareness and lower anxiety
- Guidelines for keeping communication safe, honest, respectful, and vulnerable
- Ways to grow in the art of listening
- How to use DISC to increase behavioral and emotional awareness around confrontation
- And more!

This eCourse will build your courage and hope to break out of painful cycles, meet needs more effectively, and establish deeper levels of comfort and connection in your relationships! Check out Successful Confrontation today!

Danny  Silk
Danny Silk
President of Loving on Purpose

As an author and speaker, Danny Silk offers life-changing books, conferences, and other resources drawn from decades of experience as a counselor, social worker, advocate, pastor, spouse, parent, grandparent, and leader. Danny’s passion centers around helping people build, strengthen, and heal their vital relationships in life.

Course Curriculum

001) Introduction to Confrontation
17:05
002) DISC in Confrontation
20:35
003) Managing Your Emotions
16:07
004) Owning the Goal of Connection
17:16
005) The Battle of the Needs
13:24
006) Leaders in Confrontation
20:34
007) Couples in Confrontation
19:07
008) Parents in Confrontation
19:03

Reviews (3)

Successful Confrontation

by Jean Tsukamoto
Very, very helpful. I will commit to be a doer of the word.

Finally!

by Jeff Witty
This is a great off-shoot from the Relationship 101 course (which you should take first). He takes the one chapter or so from that course and goes into much needed depth on how to handle this very tense and delicate part of relationships--that place where most people either crumble or run to avoid it. Now I actually really look forward to confrontations! They have become a great opportunity for me to strengthen my relationship with the other person, rather than the avalanche downhill to ruined relationships. Well done, Danny and team! Well done! These courses are soooo informative and crazy practical! Engaging videos, great questions, super short (perfect for binge watching!)… Love it! Can't wait for the next course!

Successful Confrontation

by Pamela Ayres
I very much appreciated the course. I had an important confrontation to make and confrontation is my last resort. But I had been pondering for over a year that I needed to tell my leader I could not long use my abilities in the ministry I had been serving for years. I did other homework (heartwork) before speaking, but this course was a back-up and encouragement. I took notes and filled out the assignment papers and paid attention to the very subject of necessary confrontation. The eventual hard talk went well. I was understood. I was able to convey my thoughts and feelings without blame. I will be peacefully released at the end of the month, officially, with laying on of hands to move into new challenges. Thanks for being there to address this important subject. I giving a 4-star because tracking with the individuals was not as helpfully informative as I believe it would have been for me if Danny had spoken point by point. It WAS, however, innovative. I had to hook into their personal perspectives and do some intuition-work to make their experiences relevant to my own.

Successful Confrontation

by Jean Tsukamoto
Very, very helpful. I will commit to be a doer of the word.

Finally!

by Jeff Witty
This is a great off-shoot from the Relationship 101 course (which you should take first). He takes the one chapter or so from that course and goes into much needed depth on how to handle this very tense and delicate part of relationships--that place where most people either crumble or run to avoid it. Now I actually really look forward to confrontations! They have become a great opportunity for me to strengthen my relationship with the other person, rather than the avalanche downhill to ruined relationships. Well done, Danny and team! Well done! These courses are soooo informative and crazy practical! Engaging videos, great questions, super short (perfect for binge watching!)… Love it! Can't wait for the next course!

Successful Confrontation

by Pamela Ayres
I very much appreciated the course. I had an important confrontation to make and confrontation is my last resort. But I had been pondering for over a year that I needed to tell my leader I could not long use my abilities in the ministry I had been serving for years. I did other homework (heartwork) before speaking, but this course was a back-up and encouragement. I took notes and filled out the assignment papers and paid attention to the very subject of necessary confrontation. The eventual hard talk went well. I was understood. I was able to convey my thoughts and feelings without blame. I will be peacefully released at the end of the month, officially, with laying on of hands to move into new challenges. Thanks for being there to address this important subject. I giving a 4-star because tracking with the individuals was not as helpfully informative as I believe it would have been for me if Danny had spoken point by point. It WAS, however, innovative. I had to hook into their personal perspectives and do some intuition-work to make their experiences relevant to my own.