It is a fact that when you get married, you not only marry your spouse, but you also marry into the family or ?system'. Your in-laws can be a tremendous source of support and closeness, but they can also cause problems in your marital relationship. These issues could range from a minor interference to having total control over one's spouse and over the relationship. How can one deal with this?...
Great article, healthy communication is key.
what is this? merely outlining the symptoms is neither solution the relationship problems nor any diagnosis or treatment. What should be done under those circumstances? How to build up or repair relationships? What is the solution? Just vague article describing what's wrong. Not useful
Thanks... could you please advise what form of communication can be used to discuss an issue?
If these are to be avoided, then could you also advise what form of communication can be used to discuss an issue?
nice and very useful
Awesome article, nicely described and explained. I took a print out of this and showed to my partner and the article helped me to rejuvenate the real picture and label our conversations against criticism, contempt, defensiveness, emotional flooding, stonewalling etc and we're now heading to great understanding and well mannered relationship and regain/recognized the respect for each other.
Thank you for this article.