How Best do You Resolve Conflict in Your Marriage?
When there is conflict in a marriage, to resolve the conflict successfully, both you and your partner should have the right and privilege to state clearly and completely your views, feelings and reasons without any interruption.
If you and your spouse want to be successful in resolving your marriage conflict amicably, you require a “partnership” approach and the confidence of being able to face the problems together as a Couple. “Establish a supportive partnership in which the husband never forces the wife to obey but wisely provides tender leadership that encourages the wife to follow.” According to a study from the University of California, it suggests that Couples who say “we” “our” and “us” in reference to themselves all the times are better able to resolve conflicts than those couples who emphasized their “separateness” by the use of words such as “I”, “Me” and “You in their vocabulary and were most strongly linked to unhappy marriages.
Therefore, the best marriage conflict resolution tips include, choosing the best time to resolve the conflict, staying focused on the subject of discussion with out relating to past matters likely to fuel up the conflict, hearing the other person without interference and moving towards resolution with readiness to apologise. The words ‘I’m sorry’ are the toughest words for most couples to say. But learn to say them when you need to. Admitting that you were wrong can have a powerful, positive effect on the resolving the conflict in your marriage and the conversations that follows.
Healthy Conflict Resolution is a key to a happy marriage. As a couple aim to create an environment in which reconciliation about conflict in marriage and marriage problems in general can be discussed and resolved.
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