Enough’s enough. You just can’t stand it anymore. You’ve been told off by your partner for the millionth time. ‘Aren’t we here to love one another? How’d we end up tearing each other down?’ Life has become unbearable. Every small mistake can turn into an avalanche of insults, criticism and nagging from your spouse.
May I tell you? (We’ve been waiting to tell you this). We cover a lot of practical relationship problems on this blog. As much as we love to address the issues that you face on a daily basis, there’s an even more powerful way to uproot stubborn patterns within your marriage. And that is
You can’t get a word in. Your partner sits there, rambling on and on like you’re not even there. No acknowledgement. No interest in you. Just words, words and more words with barely a breath in between. By now, you’ve had enough. Aren’t we in a relationship because we want to feel heard, connected
Is there a way to turn arguments with your spouse around? Absolutely! With the right approach, you can dissolve recurring fights and build a loving, respectful marriage. Here’s how to communicate with your partner without fighting: Establish a talking culture Face the issue before it builds up Active listening that’s not defensive Map out
I hate drama as much as you do. But can we avoid it? Every book I read has a distraught character stuck in an eternal fight. Every movie I watch ends with the protagonist crawling out of a path of obstacles and suffering. The media portrays romance more like a torturous tug-of-war than a genuine,
‘Why are you always so defensive?!’ Jane exclaimed. They’ve been together for four years and her partner Mark’s defensiveness only got worse. Maybe you’re like Jane, feeling frustrated and stuck: My husband gets defensive when I tell him how I feel I can’t talk to him without him getting angry You’re also wondering: Why does