Posted: June 2, 2020
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes
With families spending 24/7 together during quarantine, tensions in the home are rising for many. Kids are out of school, parents are balancing homeschooling and working from home, and everyone is getting a little stir crazy.
Welcome to a live and timely episode of #MyCounselorLIVE “Family and Parenting Q&A” where we come together to address a pressing and universal concern – the challenges of family tensions. We’re honored to have Licensed Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist, Josh Spurlock, guide us through this critical and sensitive topic, as we explore strategies for managing these tensions and navigating them in a healthy and constructive manner.
In the current landscape, many individuals and families find themselves grappling with rising family tensions, often fueled by a range of issues, including differing opinions, cultural divides, and various external stressors. In this episode, we turn to Josh for valuable insights and guidance on how to handle these tensions and work through them in a healthy way.
This discussion is more than just a conversation; it’s an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in managing family tensions. Josh Spurlock will offer practical strategies for fostering open and empathetic communication, finding common ground, and preserving the essential bonds that connect us within our families.
Your questions and concerns are at the heart of our conversation, and Josh is here to provide professional guidance and answers. Whether you’re looking for ways to de-escalate family conflicts, seeking advice on maintaining healthy relationships within your family, or just eager to better understand and manage rising tensions, this live Q&A session promises to be a wellspring of knowledge, support, and practical solutions. Stay tuned for an engaging and informative discussion that addresses the complexities of family dynamics and offers a path towards healthier and more harmonious relationships.
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