There is no couple on this planet that has not experienced a disagreement. Differences, natural or otherwise, often lead to arguments among the couples. Is it possible to avoid arguments? Of course not. Every individual is different from another one and everyone has to go down into an argument. So in short, every couple fights and sadly cannot control it but don’t worry about it, there are many ways that you can use to make things work out with the love of your life after a disagreement or a fight. After all, you value them and they are your most important possessions.
So, here are some really effective and cool pieces of advice that can protect you and your love from all the negativity that comes as a result of an argument.
Count till 10
Okay, trust me! this advice is actually effective. Count till 10 when you get to hear something that you despise or don’t agree with and don’t forget to take a deep breath too. While counting think of calming your nerves and think about the love you hold for your partner. This trick will help you in clinging to your senses and won’t let the anger take over your sagacity. You don’t want to hurt your love in the spur of the moment, right? This one will work for you, for sure.
Don’t try to win
That’s the biggest mistake you can ever make. It’s not about winning at the end; it shouldn’t be since in the argument with your partner or loved one is not about winning or losing. Even if you are really confident about something and you really believe in your point of view and its correctness do not try to impose it and don’t ruminate about winning.
It’s not a competition and, trust me, once you “win” the argument; it is not going to be that important later on. Winning in an argument with your partner is a major slip-up, you win the argument but you hurt your love and yourself in the process.
Try to convince your partner with love and also try to understand their point of view. You’ll notice it’s much more suitable than just winning the argument. After all, its love that has to win and not your differences. - Continue reading on the next page