7 Steps to Stay Connected to Your Partner During an Argument


Interesting post. It almost sounds like what the Non-violent communication people would suggest. It always helps to start from a place of love!


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About katelon

I had been a wellness trainer, therapist, consultant and coach for 40 years, trained in 16 therapies from massage and reflexology to hypnotherapy and NLP, to past life regression and various spiritual therapies. I did my work in person and long distance. I also offered workshops to companies in wellness, stress release, diversity, team building, communication and more. My deepest dream is to create wellness centers all over the world, for not only individual wellness but environmental, family, business, community, and international wellness, along with connecting us with other light citizens of the Universe. I envision a world of peace, harmony and cooperation. I am available as a consultant to work with the creation of wellness centers and eco-villages and often refer others to various wellness centers and resorts in the area of their preference. My present focus is on daily sessions, with a work partner, to shut down the dark control structure and timeline and help usher in a new timeline of Oneness, abundance, peace, and a world that supports the greater good for all, including the planet. It is time to be free of the enslavement and war against this planet and humanity.

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  1. Hi Katelon, thanks for reblogging this. Hmm: I am learning so much here. Could I imagine it’s even worthwhile staying close to my partner during an arguement? What with all the rage and all going on within me just waiting to gush out? It’s taking me time, experiences, and so much more. It really boils down to empower and balance.

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    • Hi Marie,

      Personally, I feel it would be ok to give yourself and/or the other permission to take some time away with the agreement to come back together when calm, and work through things in a loving way.

      I was also taught to learn each others styles of anger. I like things dealt with right away, am up front with my feelings, process things quickly and shift quickly. Someone who is less in touch with feelings, moves through things more slowly would need time to take what I’ve shared and process it, and they might feel threatened or pushed by my quick nature.

      Glad you found this article helpful.

      Love, katelon

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      • Oh my there it is again. Yes it makes sense since we are all different right? I recently met a man who told me right away he was stoic… now I never heard of that term before but it seems like the opposite of you, and dare I say of me… Thank you really Katelon

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