Four thoughts on “fighting fair” in relationships

As much as we all wish it wasn’t so, fighting in relationships is inevitable. I spend a lot of time reading relationship blogs. I’ve noticed that many of them give suggestions for fighting in a more contained, respectful and loving way. As someone who helps people develop their conflict resolution skills and still sometimes loses my cool in a relationship conflict, I know how hard this can be. It may sometimes be almost impossible to change behavior in the middle of a fight. For most of us, our romantic relationships are the place where we feel the most emotionally connected to another person. When we allow ourselves to be vulnerable in this way, any real or perceived betrayal of trust,

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