A streaming life never runs dry.

Elisabeth Lukas

A) A subordinate goal: immediate preventive dissociation from real violence in an individual situation:
to provide room through successful non-verbal and verbal communication:
a means to achieve this subordinate goal: immediate exclusion of the possibility of actual violence through role plays as to run away swiftly or aggressively, to escape intentionally, to turn around, to speak loudly, to call, if necessary, to shout along with other actions to relieve the tension.
Temporal and spacial distancing from potential violence should be understood and stepwise trained through
training of self-dissociation in order to distance from subjectively and emotionally experienced problem and – if the relationship has got very tight – to humorously admit objective facts that can not be changed at the moment.

B) A subordinate goal: to strengthen relationships
Laughing, smiling, humour as a possible spontaneous change of current behavior to create a new, unexpected and spontaneous relationship pattern. New role patterns should be learned and trained with the possible conflict partner. The potential offender should be appreciated and treated with a targeted attentiveness in his unmatched uniqueness as a person and peculiarity of his situation in order to train his ability of self-esteem. Parents and family, teachers, classmates, police officers and other helpers should learn to direct and focus their respectful perception and facilitate changes in potential offenders through role plays.
This is the beginning of respectful treatment of the personality of the potential offender – in spite of initial negative inputs.
In  this dialogic process of reversal, helpers should turn into servers and take observable needs and concerns of the potential offender as an opportunity to treat his personality with respect and help him implement his will in a constructive manner.