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Good morning, friends. Hope you had a good weekend. I have a new blog post for you: the 7 ways conflicts escalate and what YOU can do instead. If you feel like your fights always end up out of hand, you’re not alone. Managing conflict is an art and I want you to become a master at it! Fighting is not a bad thing. In fact, I really worry about couples that tell me they never fight. If you never fight, it means there’s nothing you really feel passionately about or that there’s such a power imbalance in your relationship that you see no point in arguing for your perspective. These are both not great. So let’s learn how to...