Marriage would seem wonderfully endearing to the single individual who has never ever married, and maybe to the divorced person who hankers for something to arrest their longing for companionship or sexual release, but marriage for practically all of us is very a challenging perform at instances. (And I can say this even as a representative of my wife!). We carry so a lot of ourselves into our marriages – which is the two a very good and a undesirable issue.
We deliver in expectations of becoming ‘met’ by our partners: that they will satisfy us sexually, not commit as well much cash, not seek to control us, that they will want to spend time with us. We also deliver in expectations of what our partners should deliver to us: their virtues of diligence and moderation and sanctity and kindness – to title just 4. We are disappointed when they don’t measure up to our previously unconscious expectations – that have now become aware due to our encroaching annoyance.
Relationship Problems Emotional Abuse
Their spouse is a mirror reflecting their true CHARACTER. And most people don’t like what they see. Divorce is often found in the backrooms of our characters and the utter dislike of our characters.
When you are safe with your partner, warmth, playfulness, affection and sexuality tend to emerge naturally. When you are not safe, there is distance, hiding, criticism, fighting, etc. Instead, we tell the other person that they are the ones with the problem thus infuriating and alienating them further in the process.
Not long ago a mother confided in me (after a number of conversations) that after 32 years of marriage she was actually flipping because she was comparing her daughter’s marriage with hers and she saw her daughter happier than she had herself ever been. She was actually contemplating divorce to find someone that would provide her with what she thought was missing in her life.
Even if couples remain in a co-existing position on an issue, they can still have a strong marriage. Conflict in marriage is inevitable. The successful handling of conflict involves a healthy and balanced mix of the skills of compromise, capitulation and co-existing. No matter how you hang the toilet paper.
As there are various causes, events, deeds or situations that can lead to marital conflicts so are there various ways, methods, tips and strategies to resolve them. Depending on the nature of the cause of the marriage conflict, you will get a strategy that best suits it as regards its proper and appropriate resolution.
Chances are that you know at least one person that is divorced. The average person knows at least three people who have been divorced. Yes, the numbers of failed marriages are staggering. Divorce percentage has increased over the years never to go down again. Why can’t people seem to be able to stay married anymore? Are you in need of a cure to marriage conflicts?.
Can This Marriage Be Saved Stories
In the best of all possible worlds, we would be well prepared for handling conflict before we get married. My experience in my office tells me that is just not the case for most couples. Part of the reason for this is there is just so much in a marriage relationship that can cause conflict. I’ve written before about what’s called the Big Six, the six main areas of conflict in marriage.
There are usually two types of responses to conflict, fight or flight. But a third response is possible and it is the only proper response to bring resolution to your problems. I’ll talk about FIGHT first.
When you look back at the good times in your life and you miss the excitement and enthusiasm you want it back. But how do you get there from here? It has been such a long time since feeling that way, the roaring flames of romance has long since been reduced to mere smoldering embers.
There are lots of solutions to save a marriage, but you first have to realize what your particular problems are. Spend some time looking objectively at your marriage and try to come up with a solution to what you see as the real problems. Talk to your spouse about it, too. He or she may have unique ideas for solutions that you may not have considered.
Marriage conflicts can be due to lots of things, such as ego, misunderstandings, different ways of looking at things, etc. You and your spouse need to come to some kind of consensus to find a solution to what is going wrong in your relationship. If you’re both willing to work on it, and find out the real issues, it can be saved.
Character, (the “capricious,” “reactive,” “demanding” woman) was showing up under stress and the reality of Mike’s true character, which was selfish and self-centered! Both of their characters, Mike and Nikki, were showing up during this time of crisis and their marriage was on the brink of divorce.
In-laws, Couples, particularly younger couples, often encounter strife because one spouse’s parents insist on meddling in their marital lives. Many people feel torn between defending their spouse or the family members who have been there for them their entire lives. Being unable to find a balance between the two can break up a relationship over time. (This was the experience in my own upbringing, and my parents divorced over it.
When conflicts or problems are making the marriage difficult, couples should not ignore this situation because things may get worse if the issues are not handled properly. A successful marriage needs a lot of work and couples should know the best ways of overcoming marriage problems. Here are some tips in solving marriage conflicts.
For whatever reasons, he’s not as attentive to her as he used to be. She’s hurt, and rightly so. What should she do? If she just holds it in and never says anything, over a period time it can lead to resentment and bitterness.
You never know, they might feel as bad as you do and in an instant you made a positive difference in their day. Imagine the possibilities. Look for a way to positively change your day and the lives of those around you every day. Marriage is a big leap of faith yet with proper care and understanding it is possible to build a marriage that will withstand the test of time.
So if your partner criticizes you and you had some history with a critical parent or older brother or sister or teacher, your Old Brain may react emotionally and reactively as though you were once again living with and dealing with that old critic. This can happen even when you consciously know that your partner is different than the old critic and you are now an adult, not a child.
Build up your self esteem and self image, Your reality is based on what you think, and what you think about yourself as a unique and valuable human being will impact how you interact with your spouse.
Thus, be humble, swallow your pride and be willing to make compromises and adjustments for the sake of saving your marriage. I would like to share some very essential tips for good conflict resolution.
Along with the right mindset, you also need to be doing the right things, so, if you’re not sure about what you are doing, consider stepping back and reflecting upon your intended actions, and possibly ask yourself (again empowering questions): “Will this serve my marriage? Will it increase my chances of success?” if the answer is no, then maybe consider an alternate action.
Everything involving how money is spent, jobs, children, where you will live and anything that is will be important for the future of the marriage needs to be addressed. Successful businesses always start with a successful business plan, and successful marriages will always start with a successful marriage plan.
The first attitude we should adopt is one of hope. Hope that it is possible, and that you can save your marriage and live a happy and loving marriage. As it is said that 80% of success begins with your psychology and 20% with what you actually do, then, to set yourself up for success, most your investment should be with your psychology and the rest should be doing the right things, and following the right advice.
If you can learn to do this, you will find that you don’t get upset or angry near as often. Let your spouse be who they are. It doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with you. So step back, and let things go. Not everything is a personal attack on you.