Healthy arguing in marriage

It will be unrealistic to think that one will not argue in marriage. But there are some couples that manage to argue yet have a strong and loving marriage. While others let those arguments slowly erode their love. How can one argue healthily in a relationship, so that it does not become a mountain of a molehill

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Ajay
July 13, 2017

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  1. One should argue with the purpose to come to a conclusion which benefits both the partners. If it just fills your life with bitterness and nothing good comes out the arguments then clearly it's not working and one should try to argue less or argue sensibly. And also one should not keep arguing about the same thing again and again. If you're stuck at the same issues then your relationship is not moving forward at all. *p*

  2. I think keeping the argument limited to the topic at hand is crucial. It should not turn into a character shaming contest, neither should old srguments that have been settled be raked up. If the argument is contained to the issue, it can be resolved and there will be no hard feelings. That is probably what keeps such couples from breaking apart.*p*

  3. In any argument, there should be some decision coming out of it and not to prove who is right. A person who has this mindset must take the situation in control and convince their partner. Decision that comes out should hold good for both of them keeping the present and future challenges. *p*

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