When a relationship breaks down, blaming the other person is tempting. But sometimes you’re the problem. Learn to take accountability for your conflicts and to handle them with compassion and grace. Improving your conflict management skills is an investment in your personal growth, says relationship expert Jayson Gaddis. Don’t let negative early childhood experiences determine the quality of your relationships, Gaddis urges. Start showing up and presenting a better version of yourself in your relationships today.
About the Author
Jayson Gaddis is an artist, best-selling author, podcaster, speaker, executive coach, CEO, founder, human behavior specialist and relationship expert. He has trained more than 200 coaches in 11 countries and is the creator of Interpersonal Intelligence and Present Centered Relationship Coaching.
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