The Texas Conflict Coach® May Radio Programs

We are making program changes to the Texas Conflict Coach® effective May 1, 2017. I am making these changes to provide more effective and valuable content. During our transition, we will re-broadcast well-liked episodes “Straight from the Archives”, produce our LIVE Conflict Chats: Ripped from the Headlines programs the last Tuesday of the month; publish weekly blog posts focused on conflict management; and periodically host special guest episodes.

As we move through these changes, you can access our 315+ episodes ANYTIME, ANYWHERE on our YouTube channel or through, iTunes, FM Player or Google Play.

Each month, we will reintroduce our guest experts from over 315+ podcasts "Straight from the Archives." Enjoy listening!

May 2nd:  Who's in Charge-Managing Difficult Decisions Around A Parent's Care (Guest:  Byron Cordes)

                 When a family member needs help everyone has an idea of what is “best.”

                    Many times, adult children are called upon in a crisis to help their

                  parents make some decisions about their care.


May  16th:  Mediation, Elder Abuse and Saving the Family: Mediation & Conflict Strategies to Avoid Elder Abuse (Guest:  Steve Mehta)

                   As Americans are getting older, more and more issues arise relating to

                      elder abuse in financial and health care settings.  Studies show that the

                      majority of abuse occurs within the family.


Talk to us live the last Tuesday of each month for our Conflict Chats.
May 30th:  Conflict Chat: Ripped from the Headlines
                  Got Conflict? If you have a conflict with someone and are not
                  sure how to handle it, then let us know. Here is your opportunity
                  to ask your question with Conflict Management experts who are
                  mediators, conflict coaches, and facilitators on how to think about,
                  analyze or resolve your situation.

Thank you for listening in and supporting the program.  Please feel free to share this newsletter with your friends and colleagues. 

Pattie Porter, Founder, and Host, The Texas Conflict Coach®


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