Plainview, NY, February 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Though not many people like conflicts because they're so unpleasant, it’s also unlikely that when you’re in a relationship with someone for a long time, a conflict won't arise. According to Dr. Sherman, "couples need to know that if they're having conflicts, it means they're normal!"
What’s really at the heart of the matter is how you manage your conflicts. A leading researcher has found that within 15 minutes of watching how a couple handles a conflict, he can predict with 85% accuracy whether they will divorce or not.
Furthermore, Dr. Sherman comments on the fact that there is education for all sorts of other areas - general schooling, learning how to drive a car, and training for one's job or career. Yet, learning the tools to have a successful relationship is not taught. And within that area, the way to manage conflicts is not taught either.
The good news is that there are tools and they can be learned. Because of the gap she recognized in her work of 25 years practicing as a Psychologist specializing in relationships, Dr. Karen Sherman decided to address this need. She created a 3-part audio program that comes with a workbook. In it, couples learn conflict management, how to repair appropriately after there’s been and issue, and how to regulate their emotions.
It is her strong belief that, "When couples learn how to express themselves in loving, caring ways it leads to a sense of connection. Their differences can be heard, understood, and accepted. Intimacy and trust are established."
To learn more about Dr. Sherman’s program, go to www.FromFighttoForeplay.com