INSTRUCTIONS: Think about how you and one specific person handle disagreements and write in the number that you think is representative of how often this occurs.
Give yourself a score as follows:
1 = never, 2 = rarely, 3 = sometimes, 4 = often, 5 = very often.
We name call.
Things get out of control when we argue. (One of us gets nasty or abusive.)
There are bad feelings for a long time afterward.
Past issues from your current relationship come up during disagreements.
There’s frustration even before we deal with problems.
We forget what we’re fighting about but continue to fight.
One of us must win.
We place blame.
Neither of us listens to the other.
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