In Relationships, not Means that is arguing You’re Interacting

In Relationships, not Means that is arguing You’re Interacting

Silence is destructive.

Scientists are doing a great task increasing awareness about harmful things couples say and do in a relationship. For instance, we now understand through the ongoing work of Dr. John Gottman there are four interaction habits which predict whether a few will remain together or separation: criticism, contempt, defensiveness, and stonewalling.

We understand high conflict partners take a trip that is one-way divorce when they don’t learn to better communicate, take obligation, and work at shifting their adversarial paradigm to an even more collaborative one. Continue reading In Relationships, not Means that is arguing You’re Interacting

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