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Relationship Arguments – 23 Dos and Don’ts to Remember

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Ever wondered how some couples fight, but are still so in love with each other? Here are 23 relationship argument dos and don’ts that can help you.

 

Arguments in a relationship are inevitable for most couples...

 

Getting into an argument with your lover doesn’t make you a bad partner, nor does it mean that your relationship is less than perfect.

 

But how you end the argument can define you as a good or bad partner.

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The Four Things That Kill a Relationship Stone Dead

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A recipe for divorce: criticism, contempt, defensiveness and stonewalling.

For over 40 years the psychologist Professor John Gottman has been analysing relationships, both good and bad.

 

He's followed couples across decades in many psychological studies to see what kinds of behaviours predict whether they would stay together in the long-term or were soon destined for the divorce courts

 

.Amongst the factors he identified, four have stood out, time and time again. When Gottman sees a couple's communication overrun with these, the chances are they will divorce in an average of around six years from their marriage.

 

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Ted Thomas's curator insight, July 29, 2013 3:15 AM

Relationship killers...

Modern Love Guide's curator insight, July 29, 2013 12:21 PM

This is so good and so true.

Garth Sanginiti's curator insight, August 1, 2013 7:01 PM

Good advice from Professor John Gottman to help strengthen relationships.

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Learning How To Balance "Me" With "We" In Your Relationship

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The healthiest relationships are those in which each person takes time to be alone and cultivate "me" time. Communicate to your partner how important that is, or risk damaging your future together.

 

You find yourself with a committed partner. You’re in love. It’s one of the best relationships you’ve ever had… but you’re about to do something very risky. You have to tell your lover you need to balance “me” as you become part of a “we.” Becoming a “we” and falling in love is a beautiful thing, but it can be suffocating and ultimately damaging to the health of the relationship if you don’t also balance personal time for yourself. Read more at Your Tango…

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