My husband and I have been married for going on two years. We have been together for eleven years. At this point of time in our relationship it is the worst. We having been arguing none stop about tiny little things. I Truely love my husband, but I do not want to spend the rest of my life like this. Will this phase ever pass? What can I do to make it stop? Should we seek counseling?????Answer Question
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Answer by diamondmamma at 10:19 AM on Apr. 1, 2009
All relationships are tested. You guys can get better. Talk to your hubby and let him know how you feel. Make sure to say kind things to each other. It is true that you can get into good habits just as easy as you can get into bad ones. Instead of arguing back, refuse to be a part of that. Compliment him and praise him (even if you feel like he doesn't deserve it). You will find yourself doing it more often each time you make the effort. He will notice a change in you and that can encourage him to make some changes himself. There are many books, and resource items to help.. find one that works for you both. If he is comfortable talking to others, do counseling, if he is more the type that is not comfortable sharing with a stranger, find a resource that he is more comfortable with (its a little uncomfy for both of u at first but will get easier) I will be praying 4 your situation. Good luck!
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