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...I was so irritated with my husband that I removed myself from the kitchen, where he was pouring cereal for our two kids. Maybe I should have gritted my teeth and muscled through the grueling morning routine. If I hadn't been so tired, stressed out, and . . angry, then I could have waited to discuss it with him while the kids were at school. The thing was: I couldn't. "Honey, can you come here for a sec?" I called my husband from upstairs, where I was theoretically cooling off. Like all parents, I had a busy day ahead: I had a brief to write, a letter to draft and an article to file. I could feel the anger and hurt dragging me down. I couldn't afford to slow down. We had roughly seven minutes to iron out our conflict if we were going to get the kids to school on time. I believed that was just enough time to make some headway on the latest variation of our endless argument. In our six years of marriage, it seems that all of our conflict has been one long argument broken up over 80 months. ...NDTV on March 16, 2016, midnight