At this annual time of remembrance we’ve been thinking about peace, and how to encourage it in our relationships. Perhaps most of us have, at one time, been in a furious row with a partner and wondered what the point is.
In fact, dissension is normal and healthy, but how it’s played out and resolved are key. By turning an argument into a discussion where both parties feel heard and a mutually acceptable solution can be found, a relationship can be strengthened.
Below are linked some quick-read articles that might just help the next time tempers are quickening!
HOW TO STOP FIGHTING
Including “go to bed angry” and “ban the but”, these tips from experts on wedded bliss — some with the pedigree of education and others with the scars of experience — have recommended the following strategies for smoothing things over. Click here.
FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT
Turn spats into solutions!
Here are some excellent tips on how to turn that row into a fruitful discussion. Click here.
KEEP THE PEACE AT HOME
Carl Jung said a highly intense emotional response often (if not usually) says much more about you than the person you are reacting to. Check your baggage here, and check out a fun picture-based guide to better harmony! Click here for more.
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