That Thing We Just Always Do in a Fight

What do you think of when you hear the word “habit?” For many of us, the first examples that come to mind are the obvious ones: either the “bad habits” that we would like to change, or the “good habits” that we wish we could develop. Maybe you want to quit smoking, or you want to develop a new habit of cooking dinner every night. It’s easy to name these habits and to assess whether or not we are breaking the habits we don’t like and developing the ones we want. It’s harder to notice the interpersonal habits we have, and particularly how those habits come up when we are emotionally activated, for example in conflict. We all have habits in conflict. These are our patterns of thought, feel

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