Why You Should Not Aim for a “Conflict-Free” Relationship

It is a common misconception that a relationship lacking in conflict is desirable. Many couples that find themselves in couples counseling report, “we never fight.” Although they are experiencing angst, they don’t engage in conflict. What is the problem with having a “conflict-free” relationship and “getting alone”? Trusted relationship and couple counselor, Terri DiMatteo, LPC of Open Door Therapy lays out why going ‘conflict-free’ actually does more harm than good for a relationship. 

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Terri DiMatteo, LPC Written by:

For over a decade, relationship and couple counselor, Terri DiMatteo, have helped individuals and couples restore, deepen and repair their romantic relationship. Terri is the owner and clinician at New Jersey’s trusted relationship counseling private practice, Open Door Therapy.

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