How To Handle It When Your Partner Doesn’t Like Your Friends Or Family
You love your partner, you love your friends and family, but your partner has some issues with them.
Perhaps it’s low-level: they simply don’t make the effort, don’t really engage with them, or moan about them to you. Maybe they’re actively rude to your friends or family, blank them or ignore them. Perhaps it’s reached the point of full-blown conflict: raised voices, arguments, verbal attack.
When your partner doesn’t like your friends or family, it can be incredibly painful
You just want the people you love to get on! You want harmony and a pleasant environment when you’re together. It’s likely you feel torn, caught in the middle, understandably defensive and protective of your friends or family – and frustrated with your partner.
In today’s video, I’m sharing a new way of dealing with this situation that can bring unexpected peace, understanding and connection.
Easier said than done
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