Why You Should Title Your Fights

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One step towards being more securely attached in your relationship is to see conflict as opportunity.

Every fight is a chance to learn something new and important about yourself or your partner or both. It's not about winning or losing, it's about discovery.

And if you name your fights after...it helps bring levity and laughter around the hard part of the fight. Plus you'll remember it easier which will help you not to keep recreating it....


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