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Conflict and the Dance of Distance

When you’re sharing life with another person, some conflict is pretty much inevitable. If you’re spending a significant amount of time with someone, making decisions together that impact both of you, chances are good that at some point, you’re going to find yourselves in disagreement. Don’t worry – this is a natural part of any relationship!

Just because conflict happens to everyone, of course, doesn’t make it fun, and it’s not always easy to know how to reconnect with our partner in a graceful and loving way. In his latest blog post on, “Re-Connecting During the Dance of Distance,” Jim Sharon talks about some of the factors that can get us “out of sync” – and offers some heartfelt, doable strategies for coming back together:

Life presents numerous opportunities and challenges to tolerate, accept, and sometimes even appreciate individual differences. Intimate relationships can often provoke our egos and serve as viable tests of our willingness and ability to accommodate one another – to graciously, constructively resolve conflicts.

Go here to read the full article!

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