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Thinking objectively about romantic conflicts could lead to fewer future disagreements

By Lindsey Rodriguez, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of South Florida
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Disputes are normal in romantic partnerships, but learning to see them from an outsider’s perspective, rather than your biased point of view, could be the key to cutting down on conflicts.

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