Constantly Fighting with Your Partner? Break the Cycle

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: If you love someone, why do you fight?
Air Date: 12/18/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Michelle Brody, PhD
Michelle Brody Michelle Brody, PhD, is an executive coach and clinical psychologist with over 20 years of professional experience as a practicing therapist and a specialist in resolving relational conflict. Her background also includes extensive experience in teaching, coaching, and scientific research. She has served for more than a decade as a senior trainer for psychologists and as a business consultant, teaching others what will (and won't) catalyze lasting change. Dr. Brody is the founder of Coaching for Couples, an innovative practice for couples seeking time-efficient change.
Constantly Fighting with Your Partner? Break the Cycle
If you seem to have the same problems in your relationship that cause fights over and over (money, sex, parenting, challenging relatives), but they are too painful to discuss, you might be causing more harm.

Or, if you're someone who avoids confrontation all together, issues might never be resolved... leaving your relationship damaged, broken, and eventually over with.

Trying to see the big picture of these patterns can be hard, but with proven strategies to help break the cycle, you can move forward to build a healthier and lasting relationship.

Listen in as Michelle Brody, PhD, shares some solutions to help you and your partner work through issues that continually cause arguments.


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