Conflict as Medicine (video)
5-Steps for Connection
Most of us have been conditioned to believe that people don’t fight or have conflict in healthy relationships. But if these relationships exist, it usually doesn’t mean there aren’t issues, but more often than not there is conflict avoidance. Healthy communication, addressing concerns, and being willing to be in discomfort are not only a signs of a healthy relationship, but also allow for both members to have their needs met so the relationship can evolve.
In the video I made for you this week, I share how healthy conflict resolution can be such an important staple in creating a strong relationship with a fortified foundation where each partner is heard, respected and free to express their feelings.