and ends up getting the worst.
The anger in marital relationships:
Anger, like coins, have two sides. Each of them can lead to winning and losing. You can learn to use anger as a positive force in the marital relationship.
Irrational (unreasonable) anger starts with condemning thoughts, categorical judgments about their spouses. For example, the thought "my husband is selfish" quickly causes a feeling of anger. Irrational anger disappears from positive thoughts. Continue reading
Family relations – crises In General, the problems of the newly-married young people’s problems than those couples who have lived together for many years. As parents of very young children are faced with some difficulties, and parents of teenagers – with other and different problems arise between husband and wife depending on how many years they married. These problems are called familial crises, and to successfully overcome them, spouses need to learn to interact in new ways, and, depending on the changing flow of life and circumstances, to develop new rules of communication. Some problems the family decides easily; others can cause the glowing relationship. For example, in one family having a baby can cause conflicts and aggravation, in another of these difficulties may not be. Typical life situations, often provoking a crisis in relations: The appearance of the child The reasons for the deterioration of relations at this stage: · the Reluctance of couples to all appeared difficulties. · Postpartum depression of the mother. · the Need to rebuild only the well-established family relationships in a new way. · The jealousy of one of the spouses to the appearance of the child, who now pays almost all the attention. · conflicts between other relatives. After the birth of a child, two families, usually lumped even more. In the young family often visited by guests. Families may not converge in opinion, what name to give the child, how to raise it, and what to teach. · Domestic difficulties. The newly-minted parents have to learn to solve many new problems. Continue reading