4 Common Realtionship problems


4 Common Realtionship problems

People need other people and this results in all kinds of relationships and problems. If you are in a relationship with another person eventually you are going to have issues that must be resolved if the relationship has any chance of continuing. If you are currently struggling with relationships, problems or potential problems here are a few tools you can use.

1. Money

One of the biggest problems couples face today have to do with money and in the current economy the pressure has definitely increased. Many couples have found their marriage put to the test because of strained budgets and increasing debts. Too often arguments arise for one reason and devolve into a full out battle over the household finances.

The key to dealing with monetary issues is to first be honest from day one. Both parties should be completely honest about their income, debts and plans for the future. Set up a plan to address current bills and past due debt including if possible a joint savings plan. During all of this it is important not to blame, scream or call names, the goal is to get the money issues under control not find someone to blame in your relationships. Problems will only escalate if you take this path.

2. Sex

Another common issue with couples is in the bedroom. Over time, the first blush and passion of a relationship and sex may wane leading to monotony or even disinterest by one party. Sexual intimacy is a very important ingredient in healthy adult relationships. Problems can be averted by having very open communication.

Talk openly with each other about what you find sexually attractive, if you are too embarrassed make lists and then the two of you can swap lists. You should also have a plan to get together. Relationships problems in the bedroom are often simply a matter of too little time and too much responsibility. Creating an appointment not only ensures you will have the time to be together but it can actually build anticipation.

3. Children

Children can create stress on a relationship many times because a couple has not discussed what is important about child rearing. This is a conversation that should take place early, preferably before the event. However, once you have children you can still talk about your core values and come to a compromise on how to raise the kids.

4. Conclusion

In all relationships, problems will arise however; dealing with them effectively means communication. Of all the things, you can do to resolve issues talking and communicating well is number one. When a problem comes up try not to discuss things when you are angry, let things cool down before attempting conversation.

When you do get a chance to talk things out make, sure you are on the same page by repeating back to your partner what they just said, before making a response. A number of misunderstandings can be avoided with this one simple tip. Take time to be together, talk and resolve any of your relationships problems with these east steps.

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