Tip #17 Never fighting

If you think that no conflict in your relationship is a good thing, think again.

A difference of opinion every now and then, shows independent thinking and a healthy challenge to any habituated relationship behaviours, which is required for the relationship to grow. Avoiding the inconvenience of any romantic conflict only leads to further bitterness and resentment later on down the road. You can’t fix a problem you don’t know exists, so airing your frustrations can be key to a healthy relationship (when practiced appropriately).

When we bring up issues with our partners, we actually demonstrate trust in them, as well as a willingness to be vulnerable, which enhances connection. Assertiveness can be a powerful indicator of relationship satisfaction, so we need to disagree in order to connect on a deep and meaningful level.

If you’ve noticed a pattern in your life of attracting or be attracted to a string of unhealthy relationships then this might be of help to you, or someone you know.  My objective here is for you to become brave enough to say ‘enough is enough’ and give yourself the wake up call you need right now…

These are my tips on how to clean your mind of bad relationship patterns and habits. This has been tip #17 Never fighting.