Posted on Jul 12, 2008 | Comments 1
Remember the last time you got in a fight or argument with your significant other? Wasnâ€™t it frustrating? Wasnâ€™t it painful? Was it necessary? What can we do to best deal with these situations without ruining our relationships?
Relationships with our spouses and girl/boy-friends can be one of the most rewarding aspects of our lives.
We hold a special place for that someone with whom weâ€™ve shared countless moments of joy.
Personality differences are inevitable, and what makes us unique as individuals can result in disagreements and conflicts during our relationship.
When these disagreements are not properly understood and managed emotionally, trivial exchanges can stir into full-on battles, and possibly end what weâ€™ve spent months or years to build.
Yes, there are relationships where personalities are mismatched and breakups are beneficial. However, many breakups are unnecessary, as a result of built up anger and destructive cycles. When they happen, we experience a tremendous amount of pain and emotional hurt.
By facing our partners with awareness and a genuine desire for understanding, we hold the key to wellness in these special relationships[Self improvement of relationship].
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