The goal isn’t to stop arguing but to learn to argue right

Many couples feel that the problem with their relationship is how much they argue. The truth is that there are many successful couples out there that disagree and argue often. It’s actually a sign of a healthy relationship where couples can have their own opinions and stand up for what they believe. Many times though when couples argue they are so focused on getting their opinion across to their partner instead of hearing things from their partners perspective. The link below will take you to a great worksheet that gives a step by step process for working through an argument. If you can let go of the idea of right and wrong and simply hear the perspective of the other, instead of the arguments being a corrosive element in the relationship, the argument can become a vehicle for growth

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