How to De-escalate Arguments and Manage Triggers

Manage Triggers

What if you could learn to manage triggers and create healthier relationships? Paige and Don Marrs show you how to argue right!

Paige and Don Marrs returned to Last First Date Radio to talk about how to de-escalate arguments and manage triggers. They have been happily married for over 30 years and have worked together since the day they joined their lives. They co-authored two how-to memoirs, both of which teach through story. Executive in Passage: When Life Lets You Know It’s Time to Change, Let that Knowing Lead You, chronicles Don’s passionate struggle to leave behind the ethical conflicts in his career in advertising and find work that would be truly meaningful for him.

Their second book, Grabbing Lightning: The Messy Quest for an Extraordinary Love, reveals their “messy,” intimate journey to a love greater than either of them knew to reach for. Paige and Don have offered their relationship program, The Love Conversation®, for more than a decade, helping couples and singles resolve their challenges and experience the love they yearn for instead.

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How to Save a Challenging Relationship

Challenging Relationship

Can your relationship be saved? My radio guest, Larry Bilotta, discloses the number one reason why marriages fall apart and how he saved his own challenging relationship from hell!

Want to know how to save your challenging relationship? Married over 40 years when divorce is so prevalent, my radio guest, Larry Bilotta, is the leading authority on understanding people, marriage and relationships.

Larry lived 27-years in a marriage made in Hell, but in the 28th year, he fell in love…with his wife! Today, after transforming his own marriage, Larry holds the key to bringing a marriage back from the brink of divorce – even after the papers have been filed.

Highlights below for episode #293: How to Keep the Wrong People Out of Your Life.





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10 Types of Dating Drama that Turn Off the Men You Like

Are you unknowingly coming across as a drama queen in dating? Dating drama will turn off the men you like. Author Camie Vincent dishes on dating drama!

[NOTE: Today’s guest post is by Camie Vincent, aka LadyLove, an upcoming guest on my radio show.]

I once saw a video on You Tube that basically said men considered ALL women to bring some amount of crazy and drama to a relationship. Some more than others, and if a man was lucky enough to find a woman who rarely unleashed that side of her, hold on tight, because she is a mystical unicorn who surely would be highly sought after! After I read it, I asked a few of my single male friends if they agreed. Not only did they say they did, but they enjoyed talking about the different degrees of dating drama they have had to endure over the years.





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How to Quickly Resolve Conflict in Dating and Relationships

 

Looking for a quick way to resolve conflict in dating? Learn how with my radio guest, Doug Noll. This technique really works.

resolve conflict in datingMy radio guest, Douglas E. Noll, is a lawyer turned peacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he does this at many levels. Using pragmatic and practical skills of peace, he helps people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts. These skills can easily be used to quickly resolve conflict in dating and relationships. 

He is an award-winning author of three books, a teacher, speaker, and a trainer. His forth book De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less was released in September. 

Want to know how to quickly resolve conflict in dating (and have a secret weapon that makes a man fall in love with you quickly)? Check out highlights of episode #276: How to Calm An Angry Person in 90 Seconds Or Less!





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The Art of Compromise: 5 Ways to Meet Your Partner Halfway

compromise

The word “compromise,” through no fault of its own, has several negative connotations in meaning. Derived in part from the French “compromis,” meaning to descent to an agreement, modern interpretations see a compromise as a loss. The Latin derivative of “com” means to “come together,” a step closer to the true meaning of compromise: to sacrifice something in order to gain something.

Perhaps this holds most true in relationships, where compromise is a necessary component of a successful couple. To aid in this coming together, here are five of the most common disagreements couples face and how to best handle them through compromise.





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