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Ep. 4.7: How to Heal After a Hurtful Argument

OK so THAT wasn’t so great. You got upset. You argued. You might have even gotten inches from getting ugly even. Still – you somehow managed to pull out of it and put an end to the fight. Not easy, yet you got through it.

NOW WHAT? Just put it behind you and move on?

Don’t just move on, move FORWARD.

Fights don’t have to be a fiasco. You CAN turn an argument into intimacy and a breakdown into a breakthrough, but how? Join Raj & I with our awesome interviewees, Kevin Kurgansky aka the Break-up Doctor & Lauren Peters of OmniLove as we swap our top tips on How to Keep the Fights Clean – AFTER, “How to Heal After a Hurtful Argument.”

Special Guest Bio: Lauren Peters helps women soften into the full spectrum of their feminine power and presence with philosophies and practices that focus on creation, reflection, sensuality, love, and conscious relationships. Are you stuck in how you’re expressing yourself and building a life as a feminine woman? Or confused about how to get more love in your life? Follow Lauren at

Kevin Kurgansky is considered to be the most sought-after relationship coach in the world for people who are going through a break up. He is best known as The Breakup Doctor, and works as a relationship coach, author, consultant, and speaker.

Kevin is also the visionary leader of The Revolution of Love; which is a movement to “Re-Brand Love” from the desperate, needy, co-dependent love that we’ve all been conditioned to believe in… and paves the way to a much more healthy and sustainable, inter-dependent, evolutionary love – that inspires greater levels of growth and self-actualization in both partners, as well as everyone that they come into contact with. This is more commonly referred to as an “Evolutionary Partnership”

15 replies
  1. Gaby Sundra
    Gaby Sundra says:

    Your ACTION OPTION should you choose to accept it, is to…

    STEP 1: After an argument, when the intensity has dissipated, go to your beloved, stand behind them and nuzzle into them gently as you reach one hand around and put it on their heart, and one on their belly.

    STEP 2: Take a deep cleansing breath.

    STEP 3: Whisper in their ear, softly, sincerely, “What Can I do?”

    STEP 4: Listen with curiosity, care & commitment AND be ok if they express some residue angst. Ask again if need be.

    STEP 5: Do everything in your power to do the thing your beloved requested.

  2. Gaby Sundra
    Gaby Sundra says:

    “If you sit in the feeling of the rawness & the upset, my analytical mind can interfere with what my hearts wants” –Lauren Peters


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