A Defend/Attack occurs when discussions become emotionally heated, and value-loaded behaviours are used. The result, whether one is defending or attacking, is the same - negative and destructive.
Yes, it is perfectly normal to fight with your significant other. But did you know that the occasional argument is a sign of a healthy, positive relationship?
Is it ok to share details of your marital arguments with others? It can make you feel better, but is it fair and is it the right thing to do in the long run?
Feeling loved and accepted is a universal need, especially in marriage. So what's the best way to handle a spouse who criticizes you all the time? It takes understanding from both you and your mate, plus a willingness to face the issue head-on.
Learn more about why couples fight about money and what you can do if your impulsive shopping habits are holding you and your partner back from financial freedom.
No matter how right each person in a relationship thinks they are, neither one really wants to stay mad forever. For most healthy couples, making up after a big fight is preferable to divorce.
It is not the absence of conflict but how you and your partner handle it that will result in a healthy and happy relationship.
Learning how to stop fighting with your significant other is much more than going through a checklist or flipping through a manual. Let's take a look at tips that will help you stop arguing and fighting with your partner and throw light on how you can save your relationship.
Causing someone you care about pain and heartache can be deeply distressing. If you need to apologize to a loved one for a mistake you made, here are some tips for offering a sincere, honest apology.
Learn why it seems like your man lets his pride get in the way of your relationship, and find out how you can deal with it to effectively resolve your conflicts.
Sometimes the best way to say sorry to your wife after messing up is by writing her a letter. Find out how to ask for forgiveness from the woman you love when you've made a regrettable mistake.
Trivial disagreements can pop up in even the most perfect of unions. For a greater chance at a timely resolution, it helps to keep your wits, take a little time, and consider the situation at hand. Here are three ways to fight fair, and what to do if the issues are more deeply-rooted.
What is verbal abuse in marriage? Is verbal abuse emotional abuse? What constitutes emotional abuse versus verbal abuse?
Tired of the endless fights and arguments with your woman? Want to end the hostility in your relationship and get back to lovin? Check out this hub for some humorously helpful tips.
People seem to think that if you fight with your spouse that is a sign of a bad marriage. I strongly disagree. What makes a fight bad is not if it happens, it is how the fight ends.