According to the dictionary meaning, disagreement is a lack of consensus or approval. It further stated that a disagreement is a type of conflict, either between people or ideas. When ideas conflict, there’s disagreement. … If you want to go to an action movie, but your friend wants to go to a romantic comedy, that’s a disagreement.
Statements, opinions, and claims can also disagree.
A disagreement is an inevitable event that happens in a relationship.
I have counseled many couples and singles for about two decades now. Most of the relationships eventually became successful. The others that were not successful were cases where either or both partners chose not to complete the sessions. Also, we have cases where partners failed to apply the information and perspectives from those sessions.
It is therefore important for partners to pay attention to how best to deal with disagreements in relationships.
If parties claim non-existence of it, then either or both parties are not being truthful.
Disagreements are part of the packages that come with relationships. Disagreement in itself is not bad. It is rather how the parties involved handle it that should be of more concern to us.
Within the first year of our marriage, I said to myself; “I hope I have not made a mistake.” I can imagine how many people are in similar shoes right now.
What happened that we are still together 18years and still counting in bliss?
I always tell people that it was when I came to the understanding about focusing on the intentions behind actions that I got my freedom. My wife “ALWAYS” has my interest at heart and wants the best for me. Her communication style due to her personality is not the same as mine. It was when I had this understanding that it helped. I decided to look beyond the actions and see the intentions. Interestingly, I was blinded to my own weaknesses then because what I saw was only my areas of strengths that happen to be largely areas of weaknesses for her. The understanding drew my attention to the fact that I have loads of weaknesses that turn out to be strong areas for her.
Hhhmmnn! We both humbled ourselves to complete, not to compete with each other. We leverage on each other’s strengths and behold, a new level of experience for us ever since.
Your partner didn’t hate you from the beginning of the relationship. Why will he or she now appear to hate you or dislikes your progress in life?
This is simply compounded unresolved disagreements over time.
When disagreements are handled well, it leads to growth and maturity. It also improves the health of the relationship between partners. If it is badly handled, then your guess is as good as mine as to what the outcome will look like.
Enough of seeing disagreement as a problem. Start embracing it as training that will ultimately make you and your partner better over time.
If you consistently have issues resolving disagreements with your partner and it has become too much to bear, seek help.
Seeking help will help you:
1. Gain a fresh perspective on how you have previously been dealing with issues.
2. Harness time tested tools to narrow down to the root cause of whatever the issues could be.
3. Understand ways to go about the issues in order to experience success in the relationship.
4. Start afresh. No matter how far you have gone in the wrong direction, it is never too late to make up your mind and start afresh in the right direction.
5. Spark up your love experience and take it to a whole new level
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