Why Are So Many Arguments Caused By Minor Incidents?
When emotion takes over simple incidents can flare erupting into full blown arguments that can destroy a relationship.
Why does this happen?
Psychology refers to this as the Amygdala hijack. This occurs when the amygdala activates the fight-or-flight response even when there is no serious threat to a person’s safety.
During amygdala hijack, the person may not be able to develop a rational response.
You can change this turning a negative into a positive boosting the depth and quality of your relationships and enriching your life.
This Model Saved My Marriage
Have you ever noticed that sometimes arguments flare up becoming heated unexpectedly over a seemingly small event?
These videos explore why this is so and provides a simple solution.
When my wife and I had been married for 20 years we were on the verge of separation.
However, we applied the simple solution provided and I believe that it was instrumental in saving our marriage.
We are now celebrating our 55th wedding anniversary.
1Overview of Interpersonal Communication
- Lag-Time Free Preview
The Interpersonal Gap
Congruence in Communication
1 - The Pinch Crunch Model
2 - The Pinch Crunch Model - It starts with clarifying your expectations
3 - The Pinch Crunch Model - Commitment-Productivity-80-20
4 - The Pinch Crunch Model - The Pinch
5 - The Pinch Crunch Model - Confusion
6 - Cluster Collapses
Harness the Incredible Power of Your Brain
If your Doctor or car mechanic can't diagnose the problem how can they find a solution?
In this section we show you:
- How you can use more of your incredible brain to become a master communicator.
- A proven model that shows you how to reduce conflict and enrich your relationship.