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In this episode - part three of our Relationship Series - Dr. Greg offers some practical and powerful tips to protect against destructive ways of relating in your relationship!
Highlights from the episode:
Is arguing an indication of disaster waiting to happen in a relationship?
Four criteria that predict a high likelihood of divorce;
Specific ways to counteract the four negative styles of communication;
The maturity that is required to address conflict well;
The importance of taking responsibility for one’s emotions while considering the other’s experience;
Self-care as a prerequisite for conflict resolution and reconciliation;
Dr. Greg’s example of how an argument with his wife became a learning experience.
Resources mentioned or relevant:
The Key to Resolving Conflict (Blog Article);
How Mindfulness Can Improve Your Relationship (YouTube video);
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