Since we're doing tag questions, I put the following idea in chat today:
may I throw out the suggestion of no longer tagging based on the problem, but on the skill that the problem is with?
It's already got three stars, but that doesn't say much since it can't be downvoted.
When possible, add a tag to your question that explains the skill you're struggling with. For dealing with angry people you could use 'de-escalation' for example, or 'conflict-aversion'. If your goal is to effectively compromise, use a tag called 'compromising' or something.
Looking at out most popular tags, I see a lot of location tags, and a whole lot of tags that can be used to describe the situation you're in. That isn't necessarily bad, power balances in interpersonal relationships need to be taken into account when answering a question, as well as culture (as far as that can be deduced from a location tag). But in the end, I only see conflict-aversion and saying-no as actual 'skill' tags on the first tag page.
So, can we use more 'skill' or 'technique' tags?