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We Belong Together but We Still Have Conflict: Negotiating Synchronicity in Relationships
We belong together but we still have conflict: Negotiating synchronicity in relationships

[Synchronicity is] a kind of simultaneity… a meaningful coincidence of two or more events, where something other than the probability of chance is involved.

—Main (1997, p. 93)

A story that a student of mine—Annie—told me recently really made me laugh. She was telling me about how deeply she feels for her fiancé and how they just know they are meant to be together. At the same time, they have a conflict we might be able to relate to. He is a farmer and wants to revive the family farm when he gets out of college. She is comfortable with the idea of being ...

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