In The Good Fight, Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin explain how couples can fight in a way that brings them closer and strengthens their relationship.
What does this SNAP Summary Include?
– Synopsis of the original book
– Key takeaways from each chapter
– How to fight in a way that is fair, honest, and respectful
– How to address hurt feelings and rebuild trust
– Editorial Review
– Background on Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin
About the Original Book:
Any relationship is going to have its fair share of fights. But these fights don’t have to be emotionally distressing. They can develop and end in a way that makes both parties feel safe, heard, and loved. When couples know why they fight, how to fight, and what to fight for, they can have healthy conflict—the kind of conflict that is the doorway to deep levels of connection and intimacy. They can move their relationship in the direction they want it to go. Drawing from their marriage struggles and the lessons they learned in couples’ therapy, Kramer and Caussin explain how couples can communicate expectations, set boundaries, own faults, and do a host of other things that make conflict resolution a smoother, less painful, and relationship-expanding process.
Targeted Age Group: all ages
Book Price: 2.99
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