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Online Dispute Resolution
By the
Binary Resolution Model

Open your own negotiation telegram channel,

invite the other side of the dispute,

learn how to talk the new peace language 

More than money or fame
Good relationships will make you happier, healthier, and live a longer life


The telegram conversation only allows uploading surveys in a predetermined format of yes no questions.

Other text messages or surveys will be automatically deleted immediately. 


Our "Resolution Advisor Bot" (RABot) will help you.

Please follow his instructions:

Open your own Online Dispute Resolution Telegram group.  


Use Yes/no questions to solve your conflict.


Short and specific Yes/No questions have several advantages, designated for conflict situations including:

Clarity: Yes/no questions can be very clear and specific, as they require a direct answer of either "yes" or "no." This can help to avoid confusion or misunderstandings.

Efficiency: Yes/no questions are often quicker to answer than open-ended questions, as they require a simple and straightforward response. This can be helpful when time is limited or when you need to gather information quickly.

Focus: Yes/no questions can help to narrow the focus of a conversation or discussion, as they require a specific response rather than a more general or open-ended answer. This can be useful when you want to keep a conversation on track or when you need to get to the point quickly.

Control: Yes/no questions can be a useful tool for gaining control of a conversation or situation, as they can help to establish boundaries or clarify expectations. This can be especially important in a professional setting or when dealing with sensitive topics.


Overall, yes/no questions can be a useful tool for communication in conflicts, and can help to make stressed conversations more efficient, clear, and focused.

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