Tips for Marriage

Resolving Marriage Conflicts like a Boss

Here’s a tip straight from the Brian Brady desk of hard knocks.

Some of us have always dreamt of getting married and start a new beginning with another person with whom he decides to spend the rest of his life with. One must remember as much as there is love, there will always be conflicts.

We argue with the ones whom we love the most, if your wife doesn’t argue with you any longer, be clear that she’s no longer interested in you and that’s when you can be really sure that the relationship is over.

Conflicts are important between two partners because it increases the amount of love for each other and once the dispute settles they are back  in their old self again, loving each other selflessly.

But make sure the frequency of your conflicts doesnot escalate. However keeping these certain things in your mind, you can easily avoid conflicts with your beautiful wife.

Do not point fingers at each other.

Pointing the index finger is the sign of dominance and arrogance and at that heat up moment, those two qualities are the last ones which you must not display. Whenever there is a conflict, ask your partner to sit down facing each other staring into each other’s eyes for a while without talking

What Should You Do?

You can choose to ignore this as it becomes useless during such moments.  Avoid fights for petty things like keeping the curtains drawn to let light pass inside the house but which you don’t want.

The more you pick at each other, the more will be the conflicts. Be grateful towards each other.

A simple thank you and a warm wet kiss on her lips when she brings your lunch before you leave the house for office. Being grateful towards each other for the simplest things will create sense of respect and warmth in each other.

Have sex whenever you can. The more intimate you are, the stronger your relationship will become.

Try out new and unique things together, have fun and discover each other more while travelling to various countries together at least once in a year will bring you together and the conflicts drastically fall giving more opportunities to each other for a better and loving relationship.

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