There are many times in a man’s life where he must confront other people. Sometimes it is a family member, a neighbor, a coworker, or a stranger. The reasons and emotions involved can be various, of course, and the outcomes can be unpredictable to say the least. But they are often unavoidable.
I have never been an angry, intimidating, and confrontational person myself. Usually when have to confront someone, I strive to be diplomatic, understanding, and reasonable. Sometimes though, I really want to knock someone’s block off (I have experienced fits of rage now and then). As of yet, I’ve never had to confront someone in an emergency – like stepping in to protect someone under a physical attack or something similar.
I would be curious to read everyone’s stories and input on situations in which they have had to confront others, the nature of the confrontation, the outcome, what you learned from the experience, and what advice (either pro or con) you have for everyone else.