Problems can be solvable or unsolvable.  For example, solvable problems may include deciding who is going to pay the bills, who will take the kids to school, or who is going to go food shopping, etc.  Unsolvable problems may include conflicts in which personality or values are very different. For example, when one partner is a saver, the other, a spender. Another example may be differences in affection, philosophy regarding child-rearing, political affiliation, etc. While couples can become bogged down and stuck in unsolvable problems, even solvable problems can become gridlocked. Guided by research about what happily married couples do in these circumstances, Dr. Kovner can guide you through the skills to reduce gridlock on both solvable and unsolvable problems.

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