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In this video, Dr. John Trent shares how to navigate arguments in a healthy way. Often times we need to have a conversation, but we also want to avoid the argument. God has wired us differently, but if we know how God has wired our spouse we can have healthy conversations without getting into knock down drag out arguments.

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