Ashley Miller, MFT is a psychotherapist and addiction specialist practicing in San Francisco, CA. She shares with us client stories, and some of her personal stories when it comes to dealing with conflict in her relationships.
When you’re angry at your partner, it can take all the patience and strength in the world to take a step back from anger and learn how to lead with vulnerability instead.
In this episode, you’ll learn how being vulnerable can help soothe relationship conflict, the importance of the client-therapist relationship, ways for you to repair your relationship after you’ve hurt your partner, and more.
What you’ll learn (or why you should care):
• Alternatives to bottling up your anger, or blowing up at your partner
• Why “never go to bed angry” can be a problematic approach to conflict resolution
• My therapists $10,000 piece of advice regarding anger
• Why you should never ghost your therapist
Where to find Ashley:
Ashley Miller on the Web | http://www.ashleymillerwellness.com/
Ashley Miller on Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/ashleymillerwellness/
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