When you start a romantic relationship, you will find that you don't always agree with everything that your partner believes. This is quite normal.
When you are in love, you won't make such a big deal about it, but as your relationship gets older and when you are married these things may become challenges in your relationship. If there are a lot of things you don't agree on while dating, it would not make sense to continue the relationship. Things such as politics, religion, how to spend money and other things important to you.
Once you are married these things will cause conflict and may tear the relationship apart.
If you keep disagreeing with your partner, it creates barriers between you. These barriers can become walls if the disagreement comes up often.
Some people are so expressive and emotional when they disagree with someone. They get all worked up and raise their voice. They make a huge case for what they believe, pointing out all the reasons why they believe what they do. This pushes people away. You don't want to be around someone that is so passionate and determined to make you look wrong.
If you are already married, here's how to disagree in such a way that the relationship stays strong.
Remember, there is no point in arguing and getting all emotional. You will just make yourself unpopular – no matter how much your partner loves you. No one likes an argumentative person.
Instead just say: “That's interesting. I don't know if I totally agree with that. But I really don't want to argue about it. Tell me more.”
Listen carefully and hear your partner's reasoning. Acknowledge each point, by just saying ”OK”. But don't get emotional. When you've heard your partner's side, ask: “Can I share my view on the issue?”
Always keep the conversation quiet and gentle. Smile and hold hands. Remember, you are talking about something that is important to both of you. You don't want to fight each other. In the end you may need to simply agree to disagree on the issue.
There is never a good reason to argue about an issue. Just stay friendly and calm.
You don't build relationships by disagreeing with each other.
Keep building your relationships strong.
Be all you can be.
With Fond Regards
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