Strategies to Resolve Disagreement

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Strategies to Resolve Disagreement

December 21, 2022 Georgia Premarital Counseling Georgia Premarital Program Announcements and News 0

Take our $17.97 premarital course and save money on your Georgia marriage license! We here at D’Arienzo Psychology are excited to help you take this next step toward marital happiness and success, and want to help deepen your relationship with your future spouse. Keep reading for tips and Dr. D’Arienzo’s strategies to resolve disagreement in your relationship:   

Strategies to Resolve Disagreement

Both spouses must be willing to accept the “influence” of others. Relationships typically have a top and a bottom, with the top having last and final say. When both parties have an equal say in most matters, relationships work best. Dr. Gottman also discovered that males who embraced their partners’ “influence” had the happiest marriages. Believing that you can learn from your partner, not discounting their perspectives, and trusting that they can also come up with effective answers are a few examples of how to “influence.”

Partners that make effective repairs have functional and successful relationships. This means that functional parties resolve problems or arguments during the argument. When couples resolve each argument, most problems are resolved at that time and do not become additive and resurface during a future argument. Further, having a partner who has the ability to say they are sorry is crucial. Being able to say you are wrong takes courage and trust and is helpful in reducing conflict and having a loving relationship. Creating an atmosphere where one can break the negativity is helpful. One can use humor or offer their partner a cup of coffee or tea after the argument, ask their partner for a hug or make light of the argument without invalidating the other. Make-up intimacy also helps make peace and reconnects the partners. Moreover, having a sense that your partner will accept your efforts to improve the situation and vice versa is paramount.

Compromise is key to building trust and engagement and ensuring security. Feeling or noticing that your partner backs down when you have a disagreement can be reassuring. “Black and white thinking” such as “I’m right, so you must be wrong” can be dangerous. Couples need to be able to argue and share power in order to be successful.  

Taking a premarital education course is vital for equipped couples to share a lifetime of marital bliss and happiness. D’Arienzo Psychology wants to help you prepare for your life together. Dr. Justin D’Arienzo is our Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and Relationship Expert. Dr. D’Arienzo has serviced this course to couples since 2013. Hundreds of couples recommend our course and claim that it has helped set a solid foundation for marital success. Research suggests that couples who take a premarital preparation course gain an advantage over couples that do not take a premarital preparation course.

Dr. D’Arienzo wanted to develop a fully efficient, online, fully automated, fun premarital course that teaches couples how to work together. Dr. D’Arienzo has perfected all of our exercises and information to ensure that couples gain the knowledge they need.  He also offers this course to couples planning on tying the knot in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Minnesota.

Do you want to lead a happy marriage that lasts a lifetime? Do you want to have fun and gain inside knowledge about marriage from a leading psychologist? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then our Georgia Online Premarital Education Course is right for you! You can learn more about our Georgia Online Premarital Preparation Course Here.


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