Even the most stable relationships are guaranteed to have a certain level of conflict from time to time. It is only natural that when two people are in constant communication, a certain level of disagreement will follow. However, the conflict does not have to lead to divorce like it does in 40 to 50% of marriages today. Experts reveal that couples should prioritize finding out where the conflict typically appears, and recognize why it is important to make an effort to work through it for the partnership.
- Conflict is normal in any relationship, but it is important to learn how to handle the conflict to ensure a long-lasting relationship.
- When a couple is living with one another but leading parallel lives, they become selfish and forget to focus on themselves as partners.
- Try to remind yourself why the goal of working on resolving your interpersonal conflicts is important to you and your relationship.
“Those in a relationship find ways to quickly move on and for the married, divorce rates continue to be high. According to the American Psychological Associaton, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce.”