When can conflict can be used as fuel for growth and connection, and when is it actually healthier to walk away? It can be difficult to know which is better in a heated moment. We’ve all heard the relationship advice “never go to bed angry,” but is that really what’s best for a relationship’s health—and for our own health? How do we know when we’re just making things worse? This comic illustrates some useful tips in navigating conflict in healthier ways.

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