What to do when you just can't see eye to eye.
If we're being honest, we can all probably remember that one fight that we had with our significant others that seemed to drag on for forever. The funny thing is that most of the time (after a certain amount of time has passed), we can't even remember what we fought about in the first place. So why is it that we sometimes seems to get into one argument after another?
Host Dr. Tammy Nelson, Imago Institute's Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Psychotherapist Dr. Jamie Turndorf, Spiritual Psychotherapist Tracy B. Richards and Psychotherapist Ross Rosenberg's tips on how to stop the confict and improve your relationship are totally spot on. Even though all couples fight at some point, there's a reason why you constantly find yourself fighting with your partner regardless of whether the situation calls for it or not—Especially if its over the same issues.
This leads us to question the following:
1. Seriously, what does the neverending bickering say about our relationship?
2. Are the constant arguments just a sign that we're heading for splitsville?
3. Are there any ways to stop said arguments right in their track?
Their expert advice on the many ways that fighting affects you and your partner will help you learn how to avoid letting that resentment keep you from having a healthy (and stress free) relationship.