Episode from the podcastRelationship Advice

Using Relationship Friction To Your Advantage

Released Friday, 18th December 2020
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Conflict and friction are inevitable aspects of any human relationship. Understanding how to deal with conflict and even use it to your advantage can help you navigate your relationship better. Listen to today's episode to learn how.
In this episode with Bill O'Herron, we discuss relationship advice topics that include:
  • The importance of understanding where the most friction in your relationship is coming from
  • How friction can be a catalyst for growth
  • The importance of creating healing for ourselves so we don't pass along the pain to future generations
  • Listening to your body to feel where your negative emotions resonate and how to deal with them
  • How to deal with negative emotions
  • And much more!

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