DO NOT MAKE THESE MISTAKES WHEN SETTLING DISAGREEMENTS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP
In a relationship or marriage, you cannot go away with arguments. You will definitely argue or have some disagreements when it comes to certain issues. Always know that, in your relationship or marriage, when you have disagreements or argument, there should not be a winner or looser.
If you really want to settle your argument between you and your partner peacefully, then do not make the following mistakes;
- Discussing it with your friends. The most poisonous behavior to killing or destroying a relationship is talking to friends about anything between your partner and yourself. It breaks your partners trust.
- Bringing up old issues. In a relationship where you hold on to past issues and use them against each other in an argument is not healthy and it makes both of you losers.
- Sharing it on social media. It will be better for the two of you not to post anything on social media when you are angry. This because it will be there for ever and you cannot take it back. Protect your relationship by refusing to publish your disagreements on social media.
- Being passive aggressive. In order to clearly have a solution, you must clearly address the problem. Do not be silent while you have a problem in your relationship. Voice it out to your partner and find a solution to it. It is wrong to keep quiet and expect your partner to read your mind.
- Punishing your partner. Don’t ever think that punishing your partner because of an argument or disagreement will solve your problem. It will rather damage the relationship. Example of the punishment includes, not picking up calls from your partner, not allowing him or her to see you or not allowing him her to have sex with you if married. It ends up making the relationship unpleasant for your partner.
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