Friction in relationships may actually be good for you?

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Dr. Rachel Glik, a counselor for soul searchers, explains how friction in a relationship may actually be good for you.

She is the author of a blog that focuses on addressing the many issues in relationships. She recently  wrote that anger breeds relationship plaque, a build up which creates a love calamity known as the wall.

She details 5 steps to defeat the conflict:

Step 1: Turn inward to understand your anger

Step 2: Calm the emotional storm

Step 3: Look for the growth opportunity

Step 4: Awaken love and care

Step 5: Address the issue proactively and when the time is right

She explains the key to these steps is to listen to your emotions and make conscious decisions.

For more information, visit Dr. Glik's blog at: www.drrachelglik.com

By Tess Hill