5 Ways To Resolve Conflict In Your Relationship And Keep The Fire Burning! - ZUMI
4 months ago, 1 Mar 16:40
You are not perfect nor is he and you will fight over various things, some fights will be bigger than others and others will be resolvable quickly. However, sometimes you might go through some hardships, this could be your own personal struggles that in the end could affect the nature of your relationship, some might be unexpected and some might last longer than hoped. At times it will help to either air out what is going on or find a way to rebalance your energies but the key is to never leave things unresolved for this will affect your attitude which will then affect your relationship. Below are five ways on how to get through conflict in your relationship and get the fire back. You give someone the right to your business the minute you share your business with them. So whatever is going on in your relationship try your best to keep it between you and your partner. He should be your first point of call both when sad about something and when rejoicing about an achievement. Talk about your problems and work on getting ideal solutions, learn to be supportive of one another and where compromise is needed then do so. You are each other’s pillars and at the same time each other’s cheerleaders. Hardships are a given in relationships and the choice is to either sink or swim, but learn to be in agreement of the choices you make. Allow each other to try out what feels like the right option but don’t be too quick to knock each other down when it doesn’t work, instead redirect your energies to try out another solution until you eventually get the outcome you’re looking for. Protect each other from other people’s view of your relationship or as individuals. If you didn’t involve anyone when you fell in love then you should not involve anyone when you fall out of love with one another. Their certain things you will go through that will be greater than your current knowledge of how best to deal with it, this could be because neither of you has experienced it before or seen anyone go through it and come out of it ok. So you will have to perhaps seek relevant advice and counsel because let’s face it no man is an island. If this is the case for you, then I would advise that you have no more than three people you can speak to. Out of those individuals chosen as your confidants, let one be either your mum, an aunt or someone who is older and has more experience than you, second someone who is ideally in a relationship and thirdly one person with whom you can be the most vulnerable with. The three things they should all have in common is the ability to be brutally honest with you, are able to easily give you the tough love needed without sugar coating the truth and lastly, you can trust that what ...
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