In the midst of this pandemic nerves can be frayed even easier. Dr. Perry has some very wise advice for relationships.
Written by Dr. Eric Perry
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“An eye for an eye will only make the world blind” ~Mahatma Gandhi
Arguments and relationships go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Unfortunately, arguments are not as sweet as jelly and don’t go over as smooth as peanut butter. When we argue with our loved ones, it is important to remember that it’s not necessary to deliver a knock out blow. Think of the argument as a heart to heart conversation and not a bare-knuckle showdown.
Here are some simple steps to remember when arguing:
Before you engage in an argument with your loved one, take a moment to reflect on your feelings. Ask yourself, “Why are you upset?” Are you really upset because he or she was late or could it be your partner hasnot been giving you enough attention? It is important to know why…
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