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Let’s face it, all we know about how to be in a relationship is what was modeled for us by our parents, or what we see in the media. We are never really taught how to be in a relationship. With all relationships, there will be conflict and that is something we definitely haven’t been taught.
This makes life complicated because we all have important relationships in our lives and the truth is, that conflict helps us to grow, evolve and understand ourselves better.
Meet my guest, Jayson Gaddis who is a relationship expert. He’s here to help us build, grow and nurture better relationships.
In this episode, we talk about:
- What is conflict
- What does “getting to zero” mean?
- What is the difference between inner and outer conflict
- How to accept conflict as a part of life and use it to better yourself and your relationships
- What you can do if you and your parenting partner are on different sides about how to parent
- How to have better relationships with our kids
- How to have better relationships with our parents as we become adults (this goes for in-laws too!)
For a copy of the first chapter of Jayson’s book, “Getting to Zero”, you can download it from the Parent Toolbox. www.parent-toolbox.com
About Jayson Gaddis
Jayson Gaddis is an author, relationship expert and coach who teaches people the one class they didn’t get in school – “How to Do Relationships.” Jayson leads one of the most in-depth and comprehensive relationship educational programs and trains relationship coaches all over the world. Jayson has thousands of fans and followers across multiple channels and is the host of The Relationship School podcast with over 5 million downloads (and over 330 episodes). He is the visionary behind The Relationship School and his first book, Getting to Zero, will be out in October 2021.
Contact information: Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (+1) (702) 723-8827
Social Media: Book: https://www.gettingtozerobook.com/
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