When previous attempts at resolution have failed, a party has the option of:
- Unilateral action to force or encourage parties to move toward a solution; or
- Personal action to live with the situation as it is (perhaps waiting to address the matter at a later date).
As with all steps on the Preferred Path, selection depends upon the discernment and judgment of each party.
Click Goals below for a checklist of options that others sometimes use in Step 6.