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I have been working as a therapist for over 11 years, accepting individual clients and couples. Over the years, I have been able to accompany countless therapeutic processes, thanks to which I have gained more and more experience and knowledge about the repetition of destructive patterns that we face to a greater or lesser extent. everyone. It is because of my customers that I decided to write this guide to help more people.


Not everyone has the time, willingness and adequate financial resources to be able to afford therapy, but everyone experiences various conflicts and often feels helpless, falling into toxic mechanisms of arguments that once again lead to nothing.


To meet you, I have created this practical guide full of specific tips so that you can work on improving the quality of your relationships on your own.


I hope that each of you will find something for yourself here.

How to argue? A guide to healthy arguments for couples.

  • 63 pages. PDF.

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