Fighting with your spouse: it’s a good thing!

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Dr.'s Bob and Judith Wright have a new book all about the importance of confrontation in relationships.

Dr.’s Judith and Bob Wright say that fighting with your friend or lover means better intimacy in relationships! They debunk myths on confrontation, saying that the more productive confrontation a relationship has, the healthier that relationship will be. We hear about the difference between the “hidden middle finger fight” and “the blame game” and, everybody’s favorite, “the up and down toilet seat.” Bob and Judith also reflect on their own relationship and how tremendously it has flourished since they worked together to accept and analyze their fighting.

For information on how to gain access to their free Foundations Weekend Training, visit their website and use offer code “Wright.” Order your copy of their book The Heart of the Fight here.

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