Fights and differences are a part of every relationship. However, every individual should be well aware of the consequences that can arise due to minor misunderstandings and conflicts. At times, the issue itself is not a major concern but the egos that come in from both the sides make it difficult for issues to resolve.
It becomes important for individuals to learn how to compromise in relationships. It is a boat that needs to be balanced from both sides or else it will drown.
Do not flow in emotions. Make sure whenever you are trying to resolve an issue, you are being very logical. In most cases, women tend to be the more emotional side of a relationship. Men are responsible for maintaining the calm and taking things logically. However, this does not imply that it is a one man’s job to balance the relationship. Both parties should equally understand the importance of compromising.
Do not bring in past mistakes. Unfortunately, this is what happens in most relationships. Men and women both like bringing in past mistakes whenever there is a minor fight or argument. This way, the issue itself is forgotten while the past takes over. Try to avoid the connections and stay focused on the subject matter. Resolve the issue instead of justifying mistakes.
Weight the subject matter and work accordingly. Do not fight over issues that are hardly important. Fighting over points that have nothing in practical to do with your relationship can only act as a catalyst in bad times. Try to avoid such arguments.
‘Forget and forgive’ is the golden principle of compromising. Never stick to issues for long. If you cannot find a solution, go for the ‘forget and forgive’ option. If you have a solution, make sure it works out.
Learn to apologise when it is your mistake. Usually, people try to justify their mistakes by pin pointing others. This can only harm your relationship instead of doing any good. Try to apologise when you think it is your mistake instead of prolonging the argument for nothing.
Look at both sides of the coin. You need to put yourself in your partner’s shoe and see how he or she perceives the situation. After all, it is about being a couple and not an individual.