Any relationship needs understanding, compassion, and support to nurture itself. Every relation has three peaks in its graph – highs, lows and plateau. At some points, the relationship demands some compromises. In that cases, no matter what happens you need to hold on to your values and self-esteem, and at the same time respect the other person in the relationship. Its important to keep yourself dignified all the times, so that when you reach a stability in a relationship, you can hold your head high and win other person’s respect. Had you dealt the difficult circumstances with resentment and quarrel, it will propagate to every stage of your relationship.
What you should do in times of difficulties:
Keep calm when other person is unstable
It is said that when wife shouts then husband listens or vice-versa but when both shouts then outsiders listen. That way you not only lose each other’s respect and trust but other persons of society too. It is imperative that at least one person should be in sense to keep the situation under control.
Do not abuse or swear
Language is the outcome of your thought and culture. Polite and soft language soothes other person whereas bitter remarks can aggravate the situation and can take the ugly turn.
Do not trigger any serious discussion amidst disturbance
Any discussion triggered at this point of time will only lead to further chaos and may result to disastrous consequences. So, better let the situation calm down and wait for the right time to begin the discussion.
Avoid bringing any third party into your discussion with your partner
Bringing someone else not your discussions is a way to show yourself superior by gaining some outsiders beside you. This also shows disrespect and denigration to other person in the relationship. So, never let some third party to have a word in your relationship difficulties.
Do not reveal your difficulties to others
Try to sort out your differences with your partner in a closed room. Do not expose this in public. People out there are waiting for gossips; nobody is concerned about your troubles. So, keep it to yourself and confide only in your trusted buddy if necessary. Divulging out your relationships’ problem also shows that you disrespect the other person.
If the issues persist then think of taking professional’s help. At the same time try to find out the middle ground to keep the relationship amicable.
Remember, no matter what the circumstances are do not stop showing respect to your partner.
Shweta Kumari Sharma
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