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Is it normal to have conflict multiple times a week?

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:

Updated: 

March 10, 2024

Conflict is a natural and inevitable part of any relationship, but the frequency and intensity of conflicts can vary widely depending on individual personalities, communication styles, and relationship dynamics. While occasional disagreements or conflicts are normal and even healthy in some cases, having conflicts multiple times a week may indicate underlying issues that warrant attention and resolution. It's essential to explore the root causes of recurring conflicts with empathy, openness, and a willingness to compromise. Practice active listening, validate each other's perspectives, and work together to find constructive solutions that address underlying needs and concerns. Consider seeking support from couples counseling or therapy if conflicts persist or escalate, as professional guidance can offer insights and strategies for improving communication and resolving conflicts effectively. Remember that conflict resolution is a skill that can be learned and practiced, and it's never too late to cultivate healthier ways of navigating disagreements and fostering mutual understanding and respect in your relationship.

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