When it comes to conflict in our marriages, it can sometimes be viewed as a bad thing. Some like it and some avoid it at all costs. But what if the conflict in our relationships is actually something that strengthens us?

We are continuing a series called Couples Therapy, where we talk about marriage with different couples. We follow the principles given in the book The Second Happy by Kevin Myers. This week, we have Andy and Kari Broad, along with Anthony and Crystal Moore.

Whether you are married, engaged, dating, or have regular, everyday relationships with those around you, this discussion will help in the moments when things get tense.

If you are a person who loves conflict, or even someone who is conflict-averse, I hope this conversation helps you see the benefits of conflict and how to do it properly.