2 Tips For Fighting Fair In Intimate Relationships

April 4, 2012  |  

From YourTango.com

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When your significant other does or says something that upsets you — depending on the size of the affront and the depth of your reaction — you might shut down and stop listening, especially if your partner’s tone conveys judgment or derision. You may withdraw for a period of time or retaliate with criticism of your own. Either behavior results in a negative circle of energy and delays understanding and healing. Help! My Boyfriend & I Always Argue VIDEO

As a result of your shutting down, your suffering will be prolonged. Conscious awareness of the impact of your anger is your best bet for breaking the cycle. Here are two practical suggestions to cope with fighting in a relationship:

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  • L-Boogie

    This is a hard lesson to learn.  When someone hurts you and you need to talk to them it is necessary to take the time to be patient and listen.  Because listening (truly listening) can make a major difference in how you interpret the a disagreement.  I have learned that the hard way.  Yet again.

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