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Husband wife Dispute

Husband wife disputes life love marriage problem means a lack of love in married life. could be possible that there is love between two partners, but if your surroundings are not good or no time to be together and then love be hidden among all these problems. sometimes other external effects, such as vastu dosh, grah twine or twine according to his horoscope planets have paper itself. with tricks astrology how to solve a problem solving disputes, husband, wife all easily solvable.
 
The important thing is how to deal with any problems. the first is that they are able to recognize the cause of the problem and then after it is analyzed that is that both sides can be resolved without the help of a third person. if you cannot then solve the help of the third party it is reliable and has maturely resolve many cases by taking into account the dignity of this relationship. astrology is one of them successfully playing the role of third parties. specialist in astrology with how to solve solutions to the problems of relationship, husband, and wife knows how to save a marriage to him people to remove the stress and to open the roads of compassion.
 
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Marriage is a formal union of a man and a woman who usually organized by law after which they became husband and wife. if two people who marry each other are like-minded and have good mutual understanding, trust, care and respect for each other of married life it becomes like heaven. in against part of it, if one of them is unfaithful, having a lack of understanding or have a lack of respect for the couple, then there are several husband problems wife and disputes in married life and life becomes equal hell for both partners.
 
 
 
Few couples like to admit it, but conflict is common to all marriages. We have had our share of conflict and some of our disagreements have not been pretty. We could probably write a book on what not to do!
 
Start with two selfish people with different backgrounds and personalities. Now add some bad habits and interesting idiosyncrasies, throw in a bunch of expectations, and then turn up the heat a little with the daily trials of life. Guess what? You are bound to have conflict. It’s unavoidable.
 
Since every marriage has its tensions, it isn’t a question of avoiding them but of how you deal with them. Conflict can lead to a process that develops oneness or isolation. You and your spouse must choose how you will act when conflict occurs. 
 
Step One: Resolving conflict requires knowing, accepting, and adjusting to your differences. 
One reason we have conflict in marriage is that opposites attract. Usually a task-oriented individual marries someone who is more people-oriented. People who move through life at breakneck speed seem to end up with spouses who are slower-paced. It’s strange, but that’s part of the reason why you married who you did. Your spouse added a variety, spice, and difference to your life that it didn’t have before. 
 
Step Two: Resolving conflict requires defeating selfishness.
All of our differences are magnified in marriage because they feed what is undoubtedly the biggest source of our conflict—our selfish, sinful nature. 
 
Step Three: Resolving conflict requires pursuing the other person.
 “If it is possible, as much as it depends on you, live peaceably with all men.” The longer I live the more I realize how difficult those words are for many couples. Living peaceably means pursuing peace. It means taking the initiative to resolve a difficult conflict rather than waiting for the other person to take the first step. 
 
Step Four: Resolving conflict requires loving confrontation.
Wordsworth said, “He who has a good friend needs no mirror.” Blessed is the marriage where both spouses feel the other is a good friend who will listen, understand, and work through any problem or conflict. To do this well takes loving confrontation.
 
Step Five: Resolving conflict requires forgiveness.
No matter how hard two people try to love and please each other, they will fail. With failure comes hurt. And the only ultimate relief for hurt is the soothing salve of forgiveness.
 
 
Step Six: Resolving conflict requires returning a blessing for an insult.
“To sum up, all of you be harmonious, sympathetic, brotherly, kindhearted, and humble in spirit; not returning evil for evil or insult for insult, but giving a blessing instead; for you were called for the very purpose that you might inherit a blessing.” 
 
Every marriage operates on either the “Insult for Insult” or the “Blessing for Insult” relationship. Husbands and wives can become extremely proficient at trading insults—about the way he looks, the way she cooks, or the way he drives and the way she cleans house. Many couples don’t seem to know any other way to relate to each other.
 
Finally, being a blessing means seeking peace, actually pursuing it. When you eagerly seek to forgive, you are pursuing oneness, not isolation