Problems to Solve and Tensions to Manage

S4 Ep7 of The #staymarried Podcast - Problems to Solve and Tensions to Manage with Tony and Michelle Peterson

While we work on honing our communication skills and learning how to fight fair, it’s not always easy to know if what we’re dealing with is a problem that needs a soution or simply a tension that needs to be managed.

In this conversation, we tackle two of the most common marriage problems we hear about through Ask #staymarried. We’re answering not one, but TWO questions from listeners.

With the first question, we’ll address Laura and answer how to take criticism from your partner. Then we’ll answer a question from “Not into horses…” on how to navigate boundaries with the in-laws.

Enjoy!

 

 

S4 Ep7 of The #staymarried Podcast with Tony and Michelle Peterson

Season 3 Episode 7 of The #staymarried Podcast: Problems to Solve and Tensions to Manage

S4 Ep7 of The #staymarried Podcast with Tony and Michelle Peterson

 

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S4 Ep7 of The #staymarried Podcast with Tony and Michelle Peterson

2 thoughts on “Problems to Solve and Tensions to Manage

  1. Have you all ever thought about posting the transcripts? I never have time to sit and listen to an entire podcast, but would happily read over it on lunch (can’t stream at work but can read text)

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