Dealing with Conflict
This Program will change how you argue
In Dealing with Conflict, Drs. John and Julie Gottman guide you through a series of exercises, concepts, and communication skills that can truly change your conflict conversations.
With these new skills, going from arguing to understanding is possible.Why you keep fighting about the same things, and how to get “unstuck”.
In this program you will learn:
- How to address recurring issues within your relationship.
- How to approach conflict conversations gently, in a way that addresses specific issues.
- How to identify what your feelings and experiences are around issues that are causing conflict, and how to gently bring them up with your partner.
- How to understand your partner’s side of an issue, and how to get your partner to understand where you’re coming from.
- How to examine the individual values, ideas, and beliefs that influence how you and your partner engage with the world around you.
- More about your own emotions.
Dealing with Conflict includes:
- An hour of new video content – each video is about 2-3 minutes long
- Entertaining role plays by Drs. John and Julie Gottman demonstrating destructive couples behaviors that undermine relationship well-being with suggestions on how to turn these interactions around, resulting in positive outcomes.
- 6 downloadable exercises
- 2 web exercises
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