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It’s OK to have conflict and arguments in relationships. People are different, and their desires and needs will inevitably clash. Resolving disagreements in a healthy way creates understanding and brings couples closer together. If the objective of these arguments is betterment of the relationship then this is a positive conflict. Knowing when, where, and how you approach an argument is important for being able to solve it. It’s helpful to draw boundaries of the arguments in advance. I have given a few strategies below, which may help you address the issues in your relationship. If after using all these strategies things doesn’t work, then please visit a locally available psychologist.


  • Be comfortable with different opinions and values of your partner. Be able to “agree to disagree.” You don’t have to agree on everything. Try to accept irresolvable differences that don’t violate your values.