Effective confrontation with any other person requires these three things in any order: speaking to your specific Feelings, how a specific Behavior of theirs affected that, and the Impact that behavior might have in the future. Having just 2 of it will not work.
For example, if there is someone that always come to work late. Your confrontation conversation can be like this.
Hi Ben. You have been coming to work late this Monday and Tuesday. I am feeling rather disappointed and disconnected from you. If you continue to come late to work, it will create a even bigger disconnection between us. This disconnection will grow to a point that I will trusting you.
Think Confrontation. Think FBI.
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