You know that feeling right after an argument? You feel kind of sick to your stomach, your head is buzzing, and you're zoned out. You regret what you said or how you said it, and you're hurt by their actions as well. Almost like a food or alcohol hangover, right?
Aaron and Jocelyn Freeman, your new favorite authors, coaches and relationship mentors, call this "the argument hangover.” The Freemans explain what an argument hangover is, what causes it, and how to clearly communicate your needs to feel understood and how to apply these skills in your personal and professional life.