What do you do when your spouse annoys you? Do you just put up with it? Do you nag them about it?
Conflict In Marriage
We are often alert to different trouble cues in our lives, aren’t we? When our car struggles to start or brakes begin to squeal, we know there’s a problem.
Recently we have had people contacting us for help in reconciling a severed relationship that has ended in either separation or divorce.
Has your spouse ever assumed the worst of you? Have you ever assumed the worst of your spouse? Hardly a marriage escapes this happening at some point, but rarely do spouses choose to reverse the trend of negative assumptions and replace them with assuming the best.
Your marriage is under attack. Even when things are going well, when romance is high and communication is flowing, there is an assault being planned.
“It’s not MY fault—YOU…” and so the argument revs up as blame is passed. It’s nothing new in marriage. In fact, blame goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden.