Posts Tagged: conflict

There is a slow progression in the process of realizing the main cause of some spousal behaviors. First you feel that something is odd, because you have some feelings of hurt that don’t correspond with the objective situation…you are happily married, and then some response from your spouse makes the whole perception shake, and you… Read Article →

Have you ever thought about getting a divorce because you think it’s the only option left for you? Divorce is common and more children have become parentless or wind up with only one parent. It becomes a common thing when couple gets tired and choose to leave each other.

Conflict seems to be the very stuff of life, bringing up all the most difficult emotions – anger, mistrust, resentment, loneliness – and the saddest outcomes. It makes us sad, depressed, but also unhealthy.

You will never know what you can do without challenge and opposition. You will never develop new skills if sheer necessity does not force you to do so. In short, without conflict, you will never grow. When you engage others in positive conflict, you are telling them that he/she is important enough for you to… Read Article →

You have experienced your share of conflict in your life-and who hasn’t? – You may even be afraid of conflict. Perhaps you lost big time when you tried to impose your views on your spouse; or your best friendship ended in sour recriminations that nobody wanted, but nobody could stop. What is the lesson here?… Read Article →

I’m sure you have had a situation where a simple argument quickly became a full blown, take no prisoners conflicts. We all have gone through this pain at a moment in our life. And most of the time we can still feel the pain today, long after we forgot why we started it in the first place.

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