10 Ways to Overcome Conflicts in Relationships and Grow Together

Don't forget about having a Harmonious life together





Even if you are now having a difficulty fixing things and resolving the issue, always remember all the good things you had. Never forget how you fell inlove with each other and always go back to the time when you were both happy, satisfied and very inlove. Understand with empathy. Listen attentively, with compassion. 

Lower your Expectation





Are lowered expectations the key to happiness? Yes, we need to manage our expection gives you peace of mind and satisfaction. 

Habituate Patience




If you have love and patience, you’re all set for a great relationship. Patience is not only vital for a loving relationship but equally important, in the long run, it helps you to be more in control of your life and with that comes a healthier state of mind.

Learn to Accept




Once there is acceptance, you bring peace and change to your energy, and from there anything you create with the person you love is possible. Acceptance is what will get you through to the other side.

Keep in mind that the goal is to solve the problem and not win the argument




When problem-solving everyday issues becomes a tug-of-war over who's right and who's wrong, then settling even the smallest of discussions becomes a battle. When either person in a relationship tries to win, you both lose. Acknowledge the issue and be willing to admit your mistake. You need to figure out how to calm the situation. 

Accept and Understand your partner's response




The reason partners complain to each other is because they are not getting their needs met. When there's conflict, the first step is to try to understand the other point of view. 

Remember not to fight over small stuff




Fighting Over Small Things can be a complete time suck. Because we often fight to be RIGHT, but in truth, there is really no right and wrong. So we are causing suffering on ourselves fighting over small and stupid things. Breathe. You will benefit from not jostling over something that really is relatively small for the both of you.

Clarify their Action and Understand their Intention




You have a right to ask for the things you notice in a relationship. In fact, you have a responsibility to yourself and your partner to be clear about your needs and actions. 

Focus on your Partner's Behavior and not on their personal values




The key to talking to your partner about what you don't like is to separate your partner's behavior from who your partner is as a person.

Never bring up past or previous discussions and arguments. Move forward. 




One of the mistakes we all make in our arguments and disagreements with loved ones is bringing up the past. A good, clean, respectful, focused argument can do wonders for a relationship.