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Acting on this belief, spouses often try to resolve their conflicts by repeatedly stating and restating their respective rationals during disagreements.This strategy of repetition usually doesn't work because most of the time couple conflicts are not based on misunderstandings, but rather on real differences in values.

Instead, it could be something that he or she doesn't do, that the spouse expects them to do (such as rembering to put the toilet seat down after use).All couples have conflicts from time to time, but some couples are able to resolve those conflicts successfully or 'agree to disagree', while others find that they are not.As we observed earlier, it is not the number or intensity of arguments that is problematic but rather whether or not resolution of those arguments is likely or possible.Conflict by itself doesn't predict marriage problems.Some couples fight a lot but somehow never manage to lose respect for each other.Predictable patterns of marriage breakdown There is no single reason why a relationship begins to break down.However, once a relationship does start to break down, there is a predictable sequence of events that tends to occur.In a famous study, Gottman was able to predict with over 80% accuracy the future divorces of multiple couples he and his team observed based on subtle body language cues suggesting contemptuous feelings (such as dismissive eye-rolling).Contempt doesn't have to be expressed openly for it to be hard at work rotting the foundations of one's relationship.I’ve said much of what I thought in A lot of singles come to this blog when we raise topics like this, so if you’d like to add some of your reflections in the comments, feel free.And singles, please let us know what it’s like out there!


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