Anne Frank And Winston Churchill's Response To Conflict

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The best way to respond to conflict is through positivity and optimism, as they can provide health benefits, stress-relief, and solace during times of conflict, such as how Anne Frank and Winston Churchill did. To start, Anne Frank responded to conflict by staying optimistic and having a positive outlook on things even though she faced tough circumstances. As the text says, “I don 't think I 'll ever feel at home in this house, but that doesn 't mean I hate it. It 's more like being on vacation in some strange pension” ( Frank). Anne tries to look at her situation in the best way, instead of just complaining and being pitiful for her situation. Even though she is not enthusiastic about it, she tells herself that she in an attempt to bring herself joy and happiness. The text also says, “It looks much more cheerful. When the Van Daans arrive, we 'll be able to build cupboards and other odds and ends out of the wood piled in the attic” ( Frank). Even with survival unlikely, Anne looks for even the smallest things such as building cupboards. With this attitude, Anne makes the people around her more positive too, and able to enjoy what they still have. Lastly, the text says, “The first thing I stuck in was this diary, and then curlers, handkerchiefs, schoolbooks, a comb and some old letters. Preoccupied by the thought of going into hiding, I stuck the craziest things in the bag, but I 'm not sorry. Memories mean more to me than dresses” ( Frank). Anne also still cares about her

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