We talk to Verity Glasgow from the charity OnePlusOne about how to argue better and manage healthy conflict in our relationships, whether that's with a partner, family member, friend or colleague.
Verity also sets Gwen and Kate a listening exercise, to teach better active listening skills, one of the core elements of having a healthy, rather than harmful argument.
OnePlusOne specialises in helping people to have healthy relationships, and learn to argue better. They also provide training for people who work with families and young people.
To find out more about OnePlusOne, head to www.oneplusone.org.uk or contact them directly at email@example.com
They also have the following freely available resources which people can access:
www.clickrelationships.org - their relationship support platform offering expert advice on a wide range of issues.
www.seeitdifferently.org – a series of powerful videos to help parents recognise the impact of their arguments on children, and encourage them to think about how they can resolve conflict in healthier ways.
This episode focuses on healthy arguing, within mutually respectful relationships. If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship then please go to the below links that will direct you to help and support in your area:
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Music - Andrew Grimes
Artwork - Erica Frances George
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