Solving Hot Relationship Issues
Differences of opinions will always be part of relationships. While many people break up because differences many conflicts can be resolved. It boils down to both people honestly wanting to resolve the conflict and not just get their own way.
All relationships have conflict. Relax and stop being embarrassed by the problem.
Listen carefully. Each of you has something to say and an opinion. By listening you acknowledge the other's worth in the relationship.
Set a time when you will get back together to try to resolve the problem. Prioritize the meeting as important and make sure you show up for it.
Which of your behaviors adds to the problem? Accept responsibility for your role in producing or keeping the problem going.
The more possible solutions and behavior changes you can think of, the greater the chance of finding those that will solve the problem.
For those things that haven't worked, go back to your list of possible solutions and pick a new one to try. Resolve to keep meeting and trying new behaviors until the problem is solved.
It will work as long as each party is willing to accept responsibility for their own part and are willing to try new behaviors until the successful changes are found.
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Jaycee Jackson counsels on relationships in northern California.
For more information see Stop Your Divorce and Save Your Marriage. .
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