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    their solutions

    We all experience conflicts. But are we fools for becoming involved in them? Not necessarily; many conflicts are unavoidable. We are fools if we refuse to learn how to solve them. First, we need to go about solving our conflicts in a logical, commonsense way. Often people fail to seek their solutions and benefit goes to only one of the parties in the dispute. This can cause resentment and angry feelings in the person who received no benefit - and may be the reason for even bigger problems down the road. According to Laurie Clark, a California

    Which do you think this "thiers" refers to? "our conflicts" or "people"?

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    Re: their solutions

    *Not a teacher.

    I think "their" refers to "people".

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    Re: their solutions

    Does it make sense to say "my, your, his..." solution instead of "the problem's solution"?

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