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“Communication”

Forlorn Over Facebook

Kimberly Miller - September 5, 2017

Social media is great when you can share your life updates with family and friends, but what happens when your significant other does not want anything about your relationship on social media? Today, Kim Miller discusses what to do if your significant other is stubborn about social media. 


8 Guidelines for Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution 

Willa Williams - August 1, 2017

"Be kind and be descriptive." These are the two dictating guidelines for navigating communication and conflict resolution in any relationship. In a continuing series, marriage and family therapist, Willa Williams, outlines 8 practical guidelines for effective communication and conflict resolution.


5 Reasons to Communicate and Resolve Conflict from a Spiritual Perspective

Willa Williams - July 18, 2017

The skills of communication and conflict resolution are crucial in relationships, but are there spiritual benefits as well? Today, Willa Williams (MA, LMFT) wraps up her series by diving deeper into five motivations for communicating and resolving conflict from a spiritual perspective. 


Benefits of Communication and Conflict Resolution

Willa Williams - July 4, 2017

It's no question that everyone wants to communicate and resolve conflict in a healthy way. If done well, it results in higher levels of happiness and health in our lives. In today's blog, family therapist Willa Williams dives into the physical, the psychological, and the spiritual benefits of good communication and conflict management, helping you develop the skills necessary for a happy, healthy marriage.


7 Reasons We Fail to Communicate and Resolve Conflict Well

Willa Williams - June 20, 2017

If we are honest, we must admit that we are not the best at communicating our feelings or resolving conflict. It may be because these things were not well-modeled for us, or perhaps we're just not very skilled at them. First, in this first in a series of three blogs, Willa Williams (MA, LMFT) describes seven reasons why we fail to communicate and resolve conflict well. Parts two and three will focus on why we should and how we can do them well, giving us the skills we need to cultivate a healthy relationship.


The Influence of Technology on Relationships, pt. 1

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - June 7, 2017

We are in the age of constant connection. It's not that technology is bad, the problem is that the poor use of it can negatively impact our relationships. While technology makes it easier to connect with those who are far from us, if not used wisely, it can also make it more difficult for us to stay connected with those who are near to us. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff discuss the pros and cons of current technology and how they influence our relationships.


How Parenting Impacts Your Child, pt. 2

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 24, 2017

Relationships are hard work, and parenting is certainly no exception. Child psychologists say that ages newborn to six are extremely formative in a child's self-identity, making it critical to establish a healthy parenting philosophy early on. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explore the different seasons of parenting styles and offer practical ways to foster healthy relationships with your children. 


How to Combat Defensiveness

Ask the Expert Q&A - May 16, 2017

During conflict, it's common for people to protect themselves by become defensive - especially if they feel like they are being criticized or attacked. But it’s really a way of casting the blame on your partner. So how do you receive criticism in a productive way without becoming defensive or taking it personally? And how can you share something that's bothering you without criticizing? In today's post, Alisa Grace and Willa Williams discuss practical, healthy ways that we can share complaints without criticism or defensiveness.

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