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Is anger one of the relationship problems you’re struggling with? New research from the has found that expressing anger can be helpful in a relationship.It’s not always best to “forgive and forget” in marriage, which is what I advised in How to Stop Worrying About Your Relationship Problems.
When really these relational skills are only a part of our marriage issues.
The other (major) part is our own personal emotional and psychological maturity issues coming to the table. We blame our spouses for own negative feelings, we hold them accountable for our actions, we seek validation from them when we feel weak or scared or lonely.
Sometimes expressing anger is a helpful and honest way to solve a relationship problem.
The key is learning how to express your feelings without damaging your bond with your boyfriend or husband.
However, anger isn’t one of the biggest or most common relationship problems.
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The short-term discomfort of an angry but honest conversation isn’t a reason relationships fail.
And that is one of them biggest relationship problems. I found this list of relationship problems in an old psychology textbook, from my undergraduate psychology days. Decide which relationship problem stands out to you.
The book simply listed a few reasons why relationships break up, but didn’t describe the problems or offer tips for solving them. Then, write about it in the comments section below.
Enter a paradigm to change how you think about the success of your relationship: The idea for this post came initially from a diagram from business guru, Ramit Sethi about why our productivity efforts fail.
He makes a pyramid stating at the heart of our productivity issues is our physical and mental well-being.