Comment: Conflicts between people, as a rule, do not have an objective but rather a subjective component. It is an emotional thing. If you move the conflict to a rational plane, then it turns out that very often it can be resolved to everyone’s satisfaction.
My Response: It is definitely necessary to move the conflict to another plane. Make it go beyond the framework of conditions in which it exists today. Even, perhaps, bring it to the framework in which it was born, and then it will become clear whether it is really important because there is an additional layer of huge, new, I would also say, fictitious, imaginary reasons.
The main point is in the interested parties because such conflicts are fueled by people who benefit from them. They must be isolated and sorted out in parts. In other words, distract the conflicting parties from the common ground of the conflict.
From KabTV’s “Together about the main thing” 9/2/18