The first rule is: do not insult each other.
In anger, we often say things that never would not say in a normal situation. It is not necessary to get personal and pour into each other more and more new insults. It is better to focus on the subject of the dispute. Look for ways to resolve the problem. Control yourself and avoid words that can severely injure your partner.
Second rule: do not shift the blame on each other.
Often we are afraid to admit that the blame. And shift the responsibility onto others. As a rule, a partner at the same time said: "You're not better than me. You also have disadvantages. " Would be to admit guilt and try to change their behavior.
Third rule: do not waste your ultimate goal.
If the conflict is ripe, try to benefit from it. Proceed constructively - Determine the purpose of the conversation and do not depart from it. Think carefully about how you can resolve the situation. You may be able to settle everything peacefully. Then the quarrel is unnecessary and can not disorder your relationship.
The fourth rule: learn to apologize.
We are always looking for someone to blame and rarely recognize themselves as such. Even if you were right, and close something wrong, ask for forgiveness for all the hurtful words that were spoken. Apologies to help heal wounds. And you will be able to love again to look at her husband.
The fifth rule: do not swear at children.
Quarreling, we stop to notice all around. In this conflict can see and hear the children. This should not be allowed. Young children usually blame themselves for what Mom and Dad fighting. And this psychological burden, which may adversely affect the emotional and physical health of the child.
Sixth rule: do not find out the relationship in a drunken state.
After drinking alcohol we lose control of himself, and any word can give rise to a conflict. It would be better to find out all that you are interested in, the next day, when you're sober.
The seventh rule: look at each other.
Rather than to be worn around the house shouting, sit opposite each other and try to calm down. Looking into each other's eyes, you'll be able to remember that your life together is not only because of abuse and swearing. Remembering all the good that you had, you will be able to compromise and settle the dispute peacefully.
The eighth rule: Take a breather.
If the dispute lasts for a few hours, and a solution has not been found, stop. If your conflict is ripe for a long time to solve it at once is impossible. Take a breather and calm return to the issue later.
The ninth rule: do not threaten.
Do not threaten its half divorce or the decision to take the children. This is a dead end, but not the way out. Your application will cause anger, rage, pain, resentment and a peaceful resolution of the situation will not have to count.
The tenth rule: look for a compromise.
No matter how difficult the situation was, try to find a compromise. Listen to each other, try to find a common approach to the problem. Consensus will lead you to the right decision.