Love and Relationships

Conversations About Divorce

Mandy Walker

Conversations About Divorce – The Most Common Cause Of Divorce

If someone asks you why your marriage ended, you might respond that you and your spouse were constantly arguing about money or the kids or sex. What this really points to is an inability to resolve conflict and the most common reason for this is the parent-child dynamic. Where you the parent or child in your marriage?
While many couples are able to endure this type of relationship, it often leads to resentment and bitterness and can cause one spouse to detach and disengage, resulting in divorce.
Joining Mandy Walker to discuss the parent-child dynamic is psychologist, Dr. Tony Ferretti. Listen in to discover:
  • How to recognize the parent and how to spot the child
  • Where we learn these behaviors
  • Why these behaviors cause marriages to end
  • How to start responding as an adult
  • Why responding as an adult is the best way to avoid making the same mistakes

Dr. Tony Ferretti, is a licensed psychologist specializing in helping professionally successful clients achieve work-life balance and manage interpersonal problems and conflicts. He is author of The Love Fight: How Achievers & Connectors Can Build A Marriage that Lasts available at You read more about Dr. Ferretti’s work at his blog.

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