How to move from disconnection and misunderstanding to harmony and clarity? I will demonstrate it with my boyfriend in this video.

I will give you 7 secrets to resolving a conflict easily.



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16 replies
  1. Nadine Kowski says:

    Hi Marianne, really loved this video, especially when you said connection before correction. I grew up this way. My Mum and I always solved a conflict at the end of the day by restoring connection no matter what. I find, once the connection is there again, the cause of conflict does not really matter that much anymore. I would like to know how you get back to connection when in conflict with other people. I often find it hard to get back into connection with people in conflict. I try to get back into connection with them but often it does not work out. They stay away and let me know to leave them alone. And this really is something that makes me sad and also angry because I want to be heard and seen in my good intention to restore the connection and then solve the conflict. Sending lots of love, Nadine

  2. James Bidmead says:

    Thankyou so much. I feel very touched seeing the connection it meets a deep need of mine for Beauty betweeen people

  3. Hanke says:

    Thank you soooo much for sharing, both of you. Your mutual desire of solving the issue, helping each other, holding space is so inspiring. Watching you two made me feel what it is to communicate, not only in words, in this way. I learned already recognize one of my habits that disturbs a communication with my partner and what I can do instead. Thank you again and have a great day today!

  4. Leonor says:

    That was so impressive, and moving, to watch – the honesty, the clarity, the vulnerability. It is incredibly useful to see a real-life example, how to listen, how to express needs and feelings, how to create space and connection. It becomes even easier to relate and remember. Thank you so much for sharing.

  5. Heather says:

    I was amazed by both your desire and ability to stay Connected.
    I really appreciated that you showed how to take a break and self connected.
    It helped your partner articulated his need to get the parameters of the discussion clear first.
    I noun that my partner is uncomfortable with discussion around conflict.
    Not sure how to handle that.
    But thank you for a great demo.

  6. Naomi says:

    I loved loved loved this…thank you for all you’re doing Marianne and Gianluca. I feel refreshed and my need for encouragement is met.

  7. Martha says:

    I have never seen a conflict where the underlying desire was so obviously to stay connected and heal the breech. Love rather than anger pervaded your talk. I am feeling inspired to bring this into my family relationships. Thank you for sharing

  8. Beth Amstadt says:

    That was pretty incredible to watch. I have a long way to go, but I really appreciate that vulnerability and realness!!


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