Whether you’re just starting to date someone or you’ve been together for years, having an argument or difficult conversation with your significant other can be a trying experience. When it’s a new relationship, you’re probably worried that you’ll scare the other person away by bringing up serious issues so soon. And if it’s a long-term relationship, there may have been issues building up for so long that a conversation can easily turn explosive. Fortunately, if you learn how to have these kinds of conversations the right way, it doesn’t have to be this way. This post from How to Win a Man’s Heart explains how to deal with arguments or disagreements in a mature way while also getting your feelings across.
When there is something wrong in your relationship, one of the most important things you can do is avoid criticizing your partner. Criticisms will feel like an attack, and likely steer the conversation in a more combative direction. However, if you voice your complaints so that they focus more on your feelings about the situation, and less on what your partner has done wrong, you can accomplish a lot more and also avoid any heated fights. For more tips on fighting fair, keep reading.
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