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We argue so much more than we used to

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How to stop your arguments affecting your child

Arguing happens. Ideally it doesn’t happen in front of children, but at some stage it’s likely to happen. How you row will affect your children. Learn to limit the impact it has on them by setting boundaries and arguing effectively.

Professor Janet Reibstein talks about arguing in relationships

Professor Janet Reibstein talks about arguing in relationships and gives tips on how to prevent and resolve arguments.

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Are you really hearing your partner?

All couples misunderstand each other from time to time, and for tired new parents it’s easy to get the wrong end of the stick. Try out some of these suggestions to help you hear what your partner means to say.

How to argue better

Disagreements are a normal part of relationships. When these become intense, happen more often and don't get sorted out, then it may be time to do something about it. Have a look at these skills to help you to communicate better and sort out your arguments.