One reason fights between a couple can get out of hand is because the two people aren’t actually listening to each other. In the heat of the argument, a person’s focus can turn to defending themselves and proving they’re right—rather than actually trying to understand their partner’s feelings.
To avoid this type of unproductive argument, I recommend couples use a practice I call relational mindfulness. Click here to read more…
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