In couples therapy, we explore which relationship habits work well and which to reconsider. Many times, relationship skills we learn from our family of origin or culture may make sense on the surface. However, conventional wisdom is not always grounded in science.
In this article, relationship experts and couples therapists, including I, highlight healthy relationship habits that may surprise you.
There, I contribute a controversial one: disagreeing in front of the kids.
Read the full article on The List: Healthy relationship habits most people think are toxic
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