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Do happy couples argue?  Does it matter who left the lid off the toothpaste?  Is there an effective way to argue with one’s partner?  In this month’s radio show, U.K. psychotherapist Gavin Sharpe argues that couples who argue well, love well.  Couples who avoid confrontation risk having less intimacy in their love relationships.

Listen to Gavin Sharpe’s March appearance on 106.5FM Riviera Radio. Hear Gavin answer listeners questions including:

– How important is forgiveness in arguments?

– Do men argue more than women?

– Do couples who have more sex argue less?

– Do couples with common interests argue less?

Tune in.  Lean in.  Prioritise your wellbeing.



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