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Conflict is bad. This seems to be a universal truth. But let me fill you in on a little secret. This is not true. Conflict is not bad. In fact, conflict provides us with an opportunity to get closer to one another – provided of course it’s done in the right way. When a couple engages in a fight in a healthy way, and resolves the issue, they are closer at the other end. Isn’t this ultimately what we’re striving for? Connection.
Here’s what I know for certain. 85% of all couples who come to see me struggle with communication. Here’s why. Men and women are, DIFFERENT! We learned this from my earlier blogs, so if you’re only joining us now, it would be helpful to go back and get up to speed. We’ll be right here when you get back. Done? Okay, let’s move on. The differences between men and women are vast, but for today, we’re going to focus our effort on communication.