Hey! I was reading that!
In all seriousness, Sierepica has a point. Now, before you get the torches and pitchforks, here me out.
One of the most effective therapies for phobias is to force the patient to confront their fear a bit at a time. If someone is afraid of dogs, introduce them to a small, calm, dog and work from there. If someone is afraid of failure, let them fail at something small so they will realize that the fallout of failure isn't that bad. If someone is afraid of conflict, let them have disagreements with reasonable people so they can work it out like adults.
We all have fears, my dearie-ducks. It's one of the tragic inconveniences of a fallen world. It takes help from the Holy Spirit to not let your fears control you to a disastrous extent.
Otherwise, this (makes a sweeping gesture to petitions, speeches, and injured egos) will be the result.
I know you lovely darlings think you are trying to maintain peace, but you are not. You are trying to maintain a state of quiet. Peace is an individual virtue; the maturity to calmly sip your tea in the eye of a hurricane while an outhouse flies past your head. Quiet is a lack of excitement and/or conflict. Quiet depends on the circumstances. Peace depends on the soul.
Conflict is a nasty thing, but an inevitable thing. It is required for any story or the characters will learn nothing and become nothing. Descending into chaos and confronting fearful things is how heroes are made. If the characters ran away or asked for the monster to be taken away, they wouldn't be very good heroes.
Strife is the crucial part of a hero's journey. By facing it, they become stronger and better able to serve those around them. If they stayed comfortable at home rather than accepting the call to arms, they would remain whatever they were, and that might not be a good or a great thing.
You all have the capacity to be heroes, to turn pain into power, but you will never learn how if you run from every fight, or try to get others to handle them for you. You are budding young warriors. If you have a problem with what someone says, don't run for the cover of authority's banner. Take up your swords for a one-on-one duel and see whose reason is sounder.
Draws rapier and stands at the ready smiling.
I'm game if you are, my darlings.