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136: Why arguing with family isn't the worst thing in the world - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

We give disagreements a bad rep, but they actually can be VERY healthy when done correctly. Arguing is often associated with disagreements with yelling and high emotions, but disagreements can provide growth for all those involved. I invited Lynda Cormier-Hanser, a speaker, author, non-profit fou...

136: Why arguing with family isn’t the worst thing in the world

We give disagreements a bad rep, but they actually can be VERY healthy when done correctly. Arguing is often associated with disagreements with yelling and high emotions, but disagreements can provide growth for all those involved. I invited Lynda Cormier-Hanser, a speaker, author, non-profit founder, wife, and mother to discuss:

  • Why disagreements are healthy
  • What families can learn from disagreements
  • How to “argue” in a fair way
  • What SHOULD be the desired outcomes from “arguments”

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