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Rossana Snee is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is the mother of two grown sons, and the wife of an elevator mechanic who is the wind beneath her wings. She is an avid reader, whose passions include playing two instruments, painting, languages, and working out.
So you had a fight? Now what?
And no, I'm not talking about a fight with a kangaroo!
I'm referring to a fight with your partner. Those, my friends, are inevitable. Sometimes arguments are a way to let off some steam. But, it's important to fight fair; to not hit below the belt, to not say things that will linger, and create wounds too deep to ever heal. Fighting between couples happens, then what? What are some measures you can implement to make things better? To come out on the other side and be stronger for it?
Here are some helpful suggestions:
Don't drag it out.