Tray and Melody kick off a two part series discussing healthy conflict in marriage and how to deal with conflict in a Godly relationship.
When you put two broken people together you will have conflict regardless of what you do. You ultimately cannot avoid conflict, but rather you need to learn how to work through conflict in a healthy manner. Avoiding conflict leads to more conflict because at some point everything that is constantly pushed down comes bursting to the surface.
Tray and Mel discuss what they have learned about having healthy relationships and how to handle conflict the right way.
Melody reflects on how creating a false narrative in your mind about what you think is happening only adds to the problem and how opening up the lines of communication can flip that narrative. By flipping the narrative and opening up what the truth is you can diffuse the situation or bring what might be the truth to the surface.
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