We may find ourselves at the center of the turbulence or watching from the sidelines. But regardless of the consistency, intensity, or proximity of anger and aggression in our lives, most of us share a common handicap - our greatest resource, the weapon of love, remains either sheathed or only timidly employed. . . Conflict and contention are among the more undesirable - and unavoidable - characteristics of human nature. While it is within our power to control our own actions and attitudes, how can we encourage those around us to break the cycle of anger and negativity? Learn to limit others' negative power by wielding a weapon stronger than hate or greed or fear or malice&the weapon of love. Author J. David Pulsipher encourages readers to take a Christ,centered approach to negativity with a comprehensive look at how conflict arises, how human nature distorts conflict, and how to use love as a force against anger.