Conflict is right and natural, but we can all have relationships where conflict is faced and resolved as soon as it comes up.
Do we attack or do we inquire? Do we seek to connect or to dominate?
Hate conflict? Hate to fight? Chris Schneck shows why fights ruin bad relationships, but nourish good ones.
It’s unrealistic to think you’ll never argue. But it is actually realistic to think that arguing well can improve your relationship.
When working through conflict, does saying “I’m sorry” really work?