The page is entitled "Teaching guide: Working out conflicts for grades K-5". It's a nice read, containing some of the basics to solve conflicts with other people. And it's for grades K-5, which is also interesting.
I was planning to reproduce some of its paragraphs here, but just noticed that they request not to do it, unless you have a written permission. But believe me: it's a nice read.
There's much more to be found/read if you google a bit on "Solving conflicts". But one of the key ideas is that no conflict will be solved if one party does not try to understand the issues from the other, and if no compromise acceptable for both parties is reached. In which case, the conflict remains, and usually a conflict unsolved is the seed for further conflicts.
I know all of this is just plain common sense. But sometimes, it's worth to repeat such kind of stuff.
BTW I'd like to make a side comment:
I started this blog on October 1st, and 61 people from 13 countries have visited it thus far. I truly did not expect it. So thanks to all of you for reading this little blog.