Stop The Rage In Your Relationship

Dr Nicholas Jenner

rage-roomIt is a fact to be taken for granted that couples argue and conflict will be a feature in their relationship. Conflict in itself is not bad and in fact it can improve a relationship if the couple concerned can learn from it. Arguing constructively is the ideal method to use conflict to better a relationship. However, most couples will spend a lot of energy either avoiding conflict and feeling resentful or escalating it to a point of rage, when nothing positive can be found and couples engage in tit-for-tat, point scoring and defensive behaviour trying to prove who is right and who is wrong. Many couples where this is prevalent will find it difficult to stay together unless they can find a way to change. Below, I look at constructive arguing.

  1. Create a set of rules that govern your conflict, especially if you are an explosive couple. These rules…

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