Q&A (HH) Can You Recommend a Conflict Resolution Plan for Us?

Video Restricted to Recovery Library members. Question A year into recovery, my husband and I agree that good communication is the key to getting through this. However, when we are in the midst of conflict -- either because I've been triggered, I'm flooding, or because he is frustrated, feeling his efforts aren't being appreciated -- things break down quickly, or escalate into a list of past hurts. We know this is unhealthy. But in the moment, it's hard to remember. Can you recommend a …
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