Marriage

Power Parent Tip of The Day [41]

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Married couples do not split up because of disagreements over money, children, in-laws, household chores, habits or friends. They split up because the conflict arising out of these matters were handled destructively, not constructively. Think about it: Practically all married couples face issues regarding money, children, in-laws, household chores, habits, friends and what-have-you at some point in their lives. Couples who make the effort to learn better conflict resolution skills are the ones who succeed to work their way out. In short, it’s not what you argue about but how you argue that matters.

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