Marital Conflict

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Conflict Resolution in Marriage

Conflict is inevitable but can be resolved in a healthy way. When conflict in marriage is not properly managed, can be damaging leading to bigger issues, anger, resentment or break-up. Knowing your spouse and how to handle conflict is critical.

Couples experiencing problems can have open communication, work together to resolve their differences and avoid divorce. You can identify the root cause of the conflict and commit to solving it. Take responsibility for your part, ask for forgiveness and be willing to forgive your spouse.

When unable to resolve the dispute by your own efforts, you can seek help. You can seek independent help. You can make use of conflict resolution strategies for individuals and couples to resolve disputes in a healthy way.

Conflict coaching

Conflict coaching is a one-on-one process that helps individuals experiencing problems in their marriage develop the skill at handling conflict. It supports them in working through a conflict and build the skills to constructively resolve the conflict.

It can help couples improve communication and develop strategies to defuse potential conflicts. The process is voluntary and confidential.

Mediation

When couples experiencing problems in their marriage find it difficult to resolve the conflict by their own attempts they can seek the help of a neutral person to help them work together and find a solution to the problem. The mediator guiding them through the tough communication needed to resolve the conflict.

The process helps couples in conflict resolve differences assisted by the mediator. The mediator works with them to identify and deal with the underlying problems, improve communication to help handle conflict in future.

Mediation is voluntary and private.

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