There are two types of marital conflict - the kind that can be resolved and the kind you have to live with.
Solvable conflict relates to a specific situation or behavior. Unsolvable conflict is more about personality differences and underlying issues.
Most conflict falls into the unsolvable category. But you don’t have to resolve these marital conflicts in order to thrive.
Dr. John Gottman, a world-famous psychotherapist, said that after 40 years of research he found that using humor to be one of the best ways for couples to calm themselves in the midst of a fight.
Humor isn't just good for your marriage, it's proven to be beneficial to your physical body as well.
In this episode, we'll dive into the power of laughter in your relationship and how we discovered it in the midst of a fight outside our County Fair!