Resolving disagreements in a healthy way creates understanding and brings couples closer together. The objective should be the betterment of the relationship.
— Belgian psychotherapist and relationship expert Esther Perel talks about why and how couples fight in this episode of Scandinavian talk show Skavlan. Are you a first-time contributor to The Good Men Project for the first time? Submit here: ◊♦◊ Photo: Screenshot
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