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When you hear the term “conflict resolution,” most people think of some kind of mediation or an HR presentation at their job.
Most people think about “conflict resolution” in their relationships as therapy or counseling.
So I assume that many of you are rolling your eyes at the term cause it always feels like it never works.
It’s always cheesy advice that leaves the real issues untouched.
Whether you’ve been married for 3 days, 3 months, or 30 years, we can all benefit from taking the time to learn about ourselves and our spouses when it comes to anger, fighting, and what a true resolution looks like for you all.
Many of us– like, too many of us– don’t know how to fight properly.
A lot of the time it looks like muddled communication, hurt feelings, and a few unfair quips to make them feel the same way you do.
Unfair fighting tactics and hiding emotions can lead to repeated fights or, worse, divorces.
Neither of those results are ideal.
This is why we created the Anger Plan. It’s a way to figure out:
(1) what your default Anger Style is,
(2) what your Anger Dance typically looks like, and
(3) what a productive and healthy fight should look like.
So if you’re ready to start taking control of your marriage and have healthy, productive fights to stop the vicious cycle you’re already in, then
(Oh, and did we mention that it’s free? Like, legitimately free. Just give us your email and we’ll send it to you. It’s as easy as that!)