Avoiding The Blow-Uphttps://savethemarriage.com/stmblog/wp-content/themes/corpus/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg 150 150Lee H. Baucom, Ph.D.Lee H. Baucom, Ph.D.https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/669b7e375d93f77521ddaba08adb8063?s=96&d=blank&r=pg
Maybe you think it isn’t moving fast enough. Or maybe you have just been holding all of those emotions, fears, and hurts, in… and they start to grow. You can feel it!
But you try hard not to let it out. To keep on moving forward. To keep on making connections.
Maybe it was something small…
Maybe it was yet one more little thing (or even a medium thing… maybe even a big thing!)…
And BOOM! You blow up!
You use a tone you wish you hadn’t. You say things you wish you hadn’t. You do things you wish you hadn’t.
… and then it passes.
But the damage is done.
Your efforts can feel like they have been in vain.
So, let’s talk about what to do BEFORE the blow-up! It is much easier to stay ahead of the problem than to catch up and rebuild after the problem.
Listen to this week’s podcast episode below.