Expressing feelings in a conflict

Diagram with "Feelings in the middle" and various emotions surrounding it (upset, afraid, angry, confused, content, and sad)

We know that conflict is a normal part of life when interacting with other people, and it is important to express feelings in a conflict. It can help humanize and build connections. Are you experiencing conflict in your classroom? With your roommate? In your student organization? The Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) can help! We offer conflict coaching, can facilitate dialogues and restorative justice circles, and many other options tailored to your needs. Visit our website or email us at [email protected].