Here's why: I speak Spanish as a second language and know that the words 'por' and 'para' are very hard for Spanish learners to understand and grasp, due to their variant meanings, sometimes by the sentence, sometimes by the word pair, and sometimes by the country in which they are used.
So it's very important that a variety of examples are given to help teach students of the language what they mean, when, and how.
In a Nutshell It's important to remember that there are many strategies we can use in conflict situations, but each of us tends to habitually use some strategies more often than others.
The causes of conflict range from philosophical differences and divergent goals to power imbalances.
Motto: "Whatever." The accommodating style is one of sacrifice, selflessness and low assertiveness.
You are willing to give up just about everything in order to preserve the relationship with the other party.
However, that strategy might not be the strategy that we habitually use.
The Wrong Strategy for Shaun Williams How often do we make the mistake that Shaun Williams (celebrating in the photo above) made on Sunday; i.e., responding to a conflict situation the way we feel like responding rather than the way we should respond?