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The argument hangover : empowering couples to fight smarter and overcome communication pitfalls / Jocelyn & Aaron "The Freemans".

Freeman, Aaron, (author.). Freeman, Jocelyn, (author.).

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North Kansas City Public Library 646.78 FREEMAN 2021 (Text) 0001002452330 Nonfiction New Available -

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction -- What is the argument hangover? -- Outdated beliefs about conflict -- Turning conflict into a good thing -- Emotional triggers and their impact -- Before conflict -- During conflict -- After conflict -- Your communication personality types -- The ingredients for love.
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Learn how you and your partner can fight smarter, communicate like pros, and handle any challenge as a team! You know that feeling right after an argument you've had with your partner? You feel kind of sick to your stomach, your head is buzzing, and you're zoned out. You regret what you said or how you said it, and you're hurt by their actions as well. Almost like a food or alcohol hangover, right? Aaron and Jocelyn Freeman, your new favorite relationship mentors, call this "the argument hangover." In this relatable, no b.s. book for couples, the Freemans explain what an argument hangover is, what causes it, and how to clearly communicate your needs to feel understood, without having to change each other. This modern guide includes step-by-step tools and exercises you can implement right away, so you can handle the challenges that so many couples face today
Subject: Couples > Communication.
Interpersonal communication.
Interpersonal relations.
Man-woman relationships.
Communication in marriage.
Marriage > Psychological aspects.
Genre: Self-help publications.

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