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I had a fight with my husband tonight and I’m at a total loss for knowing what to do now. Essentially, what happened was this…He’s much better with computers than I am so I asked him for help with an issue I was having with ours. After giving me his advice, I asked him if he was sure and then continued with more clarifying questions. He got really annoyed and shot back, “It’s simple enough for a 3rd grader to do.” So, then I shot back with some remarks, including a parallel to the way his father is–which didn’t go over so well. In the end, he said, “You’re always right. I’m always wrong,” and then he just shut down. This always happens when we argue. So, what do I do?
From my heart,
Have you or someone you know ever been caught in the crazy cycle of conflict? What are some of the common triggers you’ve seen or experienced?
When you have been the one wronged, how could your approach during moments of conflict help to bring resolve to the situation or the relationship?
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