Moving Beyond Attack and Blame - Michael MamasThe Huffington Post just published one of my new articles. An excerpt:

…In every relationship, a partner will, from time to time, do something that the other doesn’t care for, making them feel offended, hurt, awkward, embarrassed, or criticized. Whether it is ignored at first and repeated until it becomes unbearable or is immediately addressed at the time, responding with attack and blame is not the best choice. Even some therapeutic approaches which suggest saying, “You did this and it therefore made me feel that,” can be counterproductive and alienating”…

Read the article:
“Moving Beyond Attack and Blame in Your Relationships”