The first step in problem-solving is to identify your core needs.
Each partner will be given a time to speak and a time to listen as you work through the different stages of your disagreement.
Instead of trying to change or fix the feelings of the person you love, focus on connecting with them.
Here's the key to listening non-defensively.
Learn how to use conflict as an opportunity to understand and get to know each other better is a vital part of attunement.
For conflict conversations to succeed, you must state your feelings as neutrally as possible and transform any complaint about your partner into a positive need.
You don't have to agree, but you do need to show respect for your partner's opinions.
Here's how to get your partner to attune to you during conflict.
When couples meet once a week for an hour, it drastically improves their relationship.