6 Good Ways To Resolve Conflicts In a Relationship

Have you ever seen Couples who have misunderstandings in marriage and find it difficult to resolve their conflicts? Many marriages have broken up living either partner traumatized because they had some conflicts which they could not resolve amicably.

May be you were raised in a home were your parents always fought over minor issues which could have been resolve or you currently in a relationship which is almost at the bridge of breaking up because there are issues that needs to be resolved but you don’t know how to make resolutions.

Couples having Conflict

Conflicts are bound to occur in relationships. But what matters is how you handle it. If you learn to handle conflict well in your relationship or marriage, you can grow closer.

In Conflict resolutions, there are techniques and methods that need to be applied.

Let’s look at 6 Good ways to Resolve Conflicts in your relationship.

Direct Conversation

Assuming that there is no threat of Physical violence, talk directly to the person whom you have the problem. Direct conversation is more effective than sending a letter, banging on the Wall, throwing a rock, nagging, talking to friends, and running to mother in-law.

Choose A Good Time

Plan ahead and give yourselves enough time for a thorough discussion.  You have to know the right time to discuss with your partner, not when the other person is about to leave for work, try to talk in a quiet place where you can both be comfortable and undisturbed for as long as the discussion takes. Know the best time to talk with your spouse.

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Plan Ahead

Think about what you want to say ahead of time, plan, and rethink it over and over again to avoid adding more problems to already existing  issue. Explain what the problem is and how it affects your relationship.

Don’t Lay Blames

Making the other person feel like an antagonist in the conflict only fuels the issue and will make your partner not to listen to your point; it will also make your partner feel less concerned.  Letting go the blame for the sake of peace is possible the best way out.

Give Listening Ears

Give the other person a chance to tell you his or her side of the conflict. Just chill and give a listening ear and try to know how the other person feels about the issue, this shows that you are an understanding and a loving person and that you are ready to make peace. Although you may not agree with what is being said, just be silent and listen. Get the person’s point of view and reply with wisdom.

Work On A Possible Solution

When you have reached a final point in your discussion, begin by working towards a better solution.  Two or more people uniting together is more real than one person advising the other to change.

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