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Conflict That Brings Us Closer

Updated: Sep 15

With a different mindset, couples can learn to appreciate - even celebrate - their differences. This is often the work of couples therapy.

Read more about coping with differences between you and your partner in my article published in Broomfield Lifestyle Magazine.

Find more information on working with a Denver marriage counselor. To schedule a free 20-minute consultation contact me.

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About the Author

Diana Calvo is a Denver couples therapist. She provides professional support to couples in all stages of relationship and has experience working with the many difficult issues couples are faced with. Diana offers premarital counseling, couples therapy, discernment counseling, and divorce counseling services to Boulder, CO and Denver, CO. All gender identities, sexual orientations, and relationship styles are welcome.

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