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How To Solve Marital Conflicts


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Marital conflictMarital conflicts are part of every marriage. Conflicts do not signal trouble or the end of the marriage. Domestic squabbles enable the couple to voice their differences in opinions and find resolutions or common grounds to compromise. There are no hard and fast rules advising how to solve every marital conflict. You can use any one of the four techniques or vary their use for adding variety and credibility to your sincerity towards solving your domestic sprat.

One technique is to practice the active listening therapy. This is more than just listening. Listen with your brain. Make sure the clogs in your brain are turning to decipher what the actual problem behind the complaint is. It helps you to re-state your partner’s grief by emphasizing what you think you heard back to him/her. Sometimes, it takes another person to make the other realize how ridiculous/silly then original dispute was when the quarrel is stated matter-of-factly. Viola! The conflict is dissolved somewhat sheepishly but exercise the restraint not to gloat over your victory.

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Handling conflicts - a natural outcome of the union of two souls


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Handling ConflictsFinding a marriage without conflict is like finding a home where there has been no tragedy of any kind. It is an absolute impossibility. Even the perfect marriages have been witness to situations where the couple has fallen prey to conflict. In fact, experts in the field say actually they don’t have a conflict with conflict per se. It is a normal and natural occurrence.

What is cause for concern however, is the way in which the couple handles the conflict. Conflict in marital or for that matter in any relationship if not handled properly may lead to rather serious consequences. Sometimes it may be the cause of separation and divorce.

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Premarital counseling


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Premarital counselingMarriages are made in heaven. And suffered on earth. This may make for an interesting graffiti board reading, but reality is somewhat an eye-opener.

The chances of a marriage ending in a divorce are increasing at an alarming rate. In such a scenario, isn’t premarital counseling worth all the time spent on it?

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Intimacy, the sign of a good marriage


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IntimacyOurs is a relationship that spans more than just a length of time. We’ve shared huge slices of life between us, the three of us. And we’ve been there for each other through the conflicts and pain of failed emotional involvements, the hurts and disappointments along the way and the highs that took us altogether on a different plane of euphoria. But today is a day we wish had never happened.

Runi, the youngest of us three has finally thrown in the towel. “I’m getting out of this marriage,” she declares, her red rimmed eyes brimming over with tears. We’ve heard this before, only this time we know it’s different — she’s serious.

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Families and Thresholds


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ConflictsThere is a particular Tarot card, that nearly always comes up when couples come to consult me about a momentous decision they are about to take. As soon as the card appears in a reading, I say to myself, “Ah, a family on the threshold!”

The Five of Swords is a card of arguments, conflicts and tensions. It speaks of the difficulties involved in trying to preserve one’s viewpoint or approach to a particular problem in the midst of too many suggestions, advice and discussion. Often, it is an indicator that the people involved in the situation have turned rigid – believing that only their personal view is the right one, and refusing to compromise with any one else.

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