In chapter 16, jacobs et al. address problem situations that may


In chapter 16, Jacobs et al. address problem situations that may cause conflict in a group and get it off track. Choose one of these and shed further light on why this is a common issue and why/how it may lead to conflict by drawing upon Forsyth, chapter 13. In your replies, add insights to your classmates’ post, both from your personal experience and from the course materials. 

Problem situations: chronic talker, the dominator, distracter, rescuing member, negative member, resistant member, member who tries to “get the leader”, dealing with silence, dealing with sexual feelings, dealing with crying, dealing with mutually hostile members, asking a member to leave, dealing with prejudices, narrow-minded, or insensitive members.