ANGRY EMAILS? … HOSTILE TEXTS? … NASTY LETTERS?
Consider the BIFF RESPONSE® METHOD
Have you been the recipient of angry tests, nasty emails, and ugly outbursts in public? Has your ex said nasty things about you on a social media site? Has the parent of your child said bad things about you? Have the things said made you angry, embarrassed, humiliated, or infuriated? Have you reacted and then perhaps regretted your reaction. Have you found yourself in a hearing with the threat that nasty texts between you and your partner were going to be presented to a judge? In our family law practice we come across all kinds of situations and people. The cases that present the most conflict, however, often involve one party who seems to thrive on hostilities. Our philosophy is to minimize conflict. Our goal is to reduce the anger and angst of family matters, so when a case presents with communication difficulties between the parties—especially unkind, nasty, accusatory messages– we seek out ways to help clients learn skills to deal with the high conflict people who engage them and the attendant situations. Thus, we are sharing the BIFF Response Method of Conflict Resolution here.