Simple Ways To Make Peace With Your Partner After A Fight – iJesusAfrica iJesusAfrica.com

Simple Ways To Make Peace With Your Partner After A Fight

 

 

 

Disagreements are commonplace in relationships, instead of making it critical, there are very simple ways to make peace with a partner after a fight.

While many call disagreements the spice of life, others view it as critical to the evolving dynamic between two individuals that make them challenge each other’s worldview.

Yet others look at them as spelling absolute disaster, especially if they have become a characteristically repeating pattern, triggering strong emotional responses by either or both partners.

In reality the existence of a disagreement or the occurrence of a fight between you and your partner is not a problem in itself.

It is the follow up to it that is critical to how the relationship takes shape in the future.

Below are some simple ways to make peace with your partner after a fight;

1-Connect to your emotion

First, it is crucial you connect to your emotions. Try to to find out what’s making you feel the way you do. It may be anger, bitterness, sadness stirred up by the fight.

Some times it may be difficult to define your emotions, however, its important to find a way to.

Usually, an individual feels a lot more, and it helps to be able to label these as it facilitates communication about it.

2- Be open to being vulnerable with each other

The key to a successful relationship is building the confidence to share more of yourself with your partner each day.

It can start with the daily routines of your life, moving to your interactions with others, incorporating your inner thoughts and feelings, sharing of your personal life goals, as well as your fears and anxieties.

3- Bring honesty into your communication

Much of what leads to conflict in relationships is the feelings of a partner being evasive, dishonest, lying or cheating.

Both partners must be sincere about everything, not just about other people in your life, but also about your plans, your finances, experiences you’ve had, information about your family or your friends.

4- Share when things emerge

Do not wait for things to build up.

You may think you can handle your emotional experience in a given situation.

Often, things keep piling up only to come forth in a singular moment where it becomes too overwhelming for it all to be addressed and taken care of.

It is prudent to talk about issues as they emerge, while maintaining a calm demeanor in addressing them.

5- Be willing to listen

The experience both you and your partner are having is equally important.

As much as you want your perspective heard and valued, be willing to listen as well.

Unless you have a very powerful reason to mistrust, be willing to have faith in what you are hearing.

6- Have a conversation after the fight

Always circle back to take stock of what happened.

Don’t leave things unresolved as they only fester.

There is no time frame to this process, but the earlier you do it, the less likely it is that more meaning and intent will get attributed to it.

Being in a relationship, sustaining it, and making it work involves hard work.

You need to engage, think, reflect, introspect, and continually process what is going on, to maintaining its quality.

We look forward to keeping you up-to-date with relevant discoveries on this topic. Let’s know what you think about this post. CLICK HERE to comment, please!

SOURCE: KAMNA CHHIBER 

0 0 votes
Article Rating
close

Hi, Awesome read right?

STAY UP TO DATE

We don’t spam! And we will never share your info.

  • We will love to Share your story!! Do you have any article, review, press release or story? share with us and we will publish for free! Submit to [email protected] or Whatsapp: (+237)682-021-477
  • Subscribe
    Notify of
    guest

    0 Comments
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments
    en English
    X
    0
    Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
    ()
    x