Conflict is bound to happen. Conflict is part of relationships, including healthy ones.
Whether it’s living with friends, a dorm roommate at college, a spouse, or children, sharing a living space with people is hard. We each bring in over-sized baggage. It doesn’t take long for us to bump into one another as friction and frustration mount. That’s even more true in this season of social-distancing when so many of us are confined to our homes, facing challenging circumstances, and lacking some of the people and outlets that help us let out some of the steam in life. How can we handle conflict between roommates, spouses, or parents and kids?