How To Resolve Early Conflict In A Relationship

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How To Resolve Early Conflict In A Relationship

Conflict

 

Why is it important in a relationship? Conflict and arguments are normal in every love relationship. These can even help the relationship grow and mature. But sometimes, there are just conflicts that get out of hands and become more serious. It all starts from a very small argument that develops to a full blown fight. These are the kind of things you do not want to happen.

But despite all your efforts to prevent very big fights from happening, there will always come a time that it will. And the fate of your relationship now lies in both of your hands. What will you do? Resolve the conflict.

The administration of a relationship cure for a conflict should not be delayed. Once you have it in your hands, give the shot right as soon as possible.

Why It Is Important To Resolve Problems Early: Reason # 1

What happens to bread if you leave it out on the table for a couple of days? What happens to milk if you leave it out off the fridge for some time? The former becomes mouldy and the latter becomes sour. Just like in a relationship, if you let your conflict stay out for too long, it could also end up mouldy and sour.

Problems if kept unresolved for too long will only get worse. Also, the longer the problem stays out for too long, the more it is difficult to resolve.

Well, there is also a possibility that because it stayed it for too long, you and your partner might just kiss and makeup and just forget about it. But the problem here is, the problem was never resolved. It can come back again with a vengeance. It can be much stronger than it was and a relationship cure will not be enough to stop it.

Why It Is Important To Resolve Problems Early: Reason # 2

Problems and conflicts in a love relationship have this snowball effect. For example you and your partner have a certain relationship issue. Because of several strong emotions plus pride, you do not want to resolve it, at least not right away. The days continue to pass by and you still have not resolved your relationship issue. Now you see your partner doing something that somehow bothers you in a little way, but because of the pent up and pending emotions inside of you, you make it a big issue.

This ensues yet again another relationship problem. And just like before, this will go unresolved. One problem plus another problem equals two problems. Until you resolve your past relationship problems and issues, this course will be moving in a snowball effect manner and it will just keep on growing and growing. It will come to a point that it has become so big that it just can’t be contained anymore. The ending: a bad relationship or worst, a failed love relationship.

Why It Is Important To Resolve Problems Early: Reason # 3

Romantic relationships are about people. And people are all about feelings and emotions. Having conflicts and issues in your love relationship will leave you weak, empty, and unhappy. It can leave you hurt and wounded. And because of this, you sometimes lose interest in your relationship as well as with your partner.

If issues are not resolved at the earliest possible time, you and your partner will keep these feelings inside of you. Unfortunately, these feelings will not stay dormant. They will keep on growing and will harbour more negative feelings. More often than not, these feelings can bring a person to the brink of giving up the relationship. Sometimes it becomes so heavy that you just won’t be able to contain it anymore.

Resolving problems and issues in your romantic relationship at the soonest possible time is very important. Do whatever it takes to make this possible. If you think you need relationship counselling just to resolve the problem, then by all means do so. Never let any kind of problem ruin your relationship with the person that you love.

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Christina Young (The Healing Heart Coach) is a passionate, loving coach who helps women through the pain of relationship challenges, divorce and life after divorce. Christina is an author of “A Woman’s Guide to Forgiving Infidelity” and “Love is a Rollercoaster” Christina is called on by the media for advice and has been on radio in the UK and USA and interviewed on TV. Having gone through her own personal relationship challenge she understands exactly how painful it can be. Christina knows how life can be when you come from a place of love and forgiveness. Christina is also helping people live a healthy life through the Thrive Experience.