Most conflicts between partners can be prevented because they are caused mainly by miscommunication. There is usually no more profound reason why you are at each other’s throats.
Here are the eight most common reasons you have conflicts with your husband or wife and how to get past them and save your marriage.
If you want to control your partner’s every move, it means you are possessive. You don’t trust or love them enough.
A good marriage means trust on both sides and not knowing where your partner is in every moment of the day.
Not the biggest fan
If you keep criticizing your partner, it will scar the relationship and probably your partner.
Successful marriages sometimes mean giving constructive criticism to your partner.
Ignoring the issues will only make it worse, and it will blow up in your face.
If you want your marriage to be successful, you should work together on solving the issues. Asking your partner to sit down and talk it out could save your marriage.
You may be together, but you should have some solo time. Being clingy and not giving your partner space tells more about you than them.
In a happy marriage, both partners have separate lives and don’t have to be together 24/7.