How to Argue Better
It is normal for couples to argue or disagree, but when when arguments become intense, verbally agressive, increase in frequency and are unresolved, then its time to do something about it.
Research shows that children exposed to this type of conflict between parents are more likely to have emotional and behavioural difficulties (e.g. depression or anger, trouble getting on with others, problems settling and achieving at school, sleep difficulties and poor physical health).
What will I get out of this course?
This course will help you:
- Stop your arguments from getting worse and sort out your issues.
Changes for Me and Us
Having a baby is mostly a happy event but inevitably it changes things between you as a couple. There will be times when each of you may feel tested to the limit and have problems adjusting to your new life together.
The birth of your baby and start of your life as a new family is a major life event. There will be many practical and emotional changes to face, some you will expect, others you won’t, some will be good, others less so.