New research published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships last month suggests that how spouses respond to conflict in their relationships may be transmitted across generations and that dysfunctional responses to conflict learned from our families of origin can negatively impact spouses’ current marital quality. Monk and colleagues (2020) explain that “children learn how to navigate interpersonal dynamics by observing and participating in interpersonal interactions…developing a specific way of dealing with conflict can be a result of, or reaction to, how conflict was handled in an individual’s family growing up.” Click here to read more…
Eating as mindfully as we do on retreat or in a mindfulness course is not realistic for many of us, […]
Do you lie awake at night because your brain won’t turn off? Do you beat yourself up for that mistake […]
There is a common misconception that the real you is only seen through your unfiltered thoughts and words, the you […]
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is brought on by the changing seasons. It can be an overwhelming, jarring type of depression. […]
Even though communication is essential to maintaining a healthy relationship, it’s something that many people — and couples — struggle […]
© Copyright 2023 Theo Fleury - Designed, SEO & Digital Marketing by iNet Media Ltd.