Do your conflicts end with one or both of you angry or in tears? Couples inevitably disagree, but conflicts don’t have to end in anger. To make conflicts less difficult, follow these suggestions: Create a code word. Usually both partners don’t become angry at the same time; the use of a code word when one partner’s anger rises can stop the situation from becoming an argument. Don’t procrastinate. If discussing a problem consistently causes an argument, the problem won’t be solved. Sit down together and agree on a strategy to solve the problem. Two brains are better than one. Rather than disagree, be on the same team and work together to find options.

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