Dec 7, 2021
Aftermath of a Fight or Regrettable Incident
Most people do not have a good way to process the conflicts and fights after the fact. Typical attempts not only fall flight but most of the time spiral right back into the unproductive and disconnecting experience instead of healing and connecting ways.
In this episode my wife Yvonne Rainbow and I explore ways we have and do handle the aftermath of fights or conflicts we experience. We also discuss the modeling that each of us have experienced in our own families of origin to understand some of our templates that we’ve brought to our relationship and needed to transform.
Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky is the founder of Artsy Goddess Studio, where she actively carries out her role in helping others and the planet heal. Yvonne is passionate about art, as seen in the upcycled clothing she creates from second-hand materials, as well as the visual arts she creates, such as murals, paintings, and tapestries. Yvonne also helps women transform through voice empowering workshops and helps couples through workshops and retreats that she co-facilitates with me.
“If each of us just first owned our part of the conflict after coming back together, we would stop pointing fingers at each other”
- Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky
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