Immutable Law Of Marriage: The Goal of Conflict is Progress
For many people, the goal of a disagreement is to get your way, make your point, prove yourself right — win.
In any relationship, that can be damaging. But most relationships can either weather that dynamic or aren’t important enough to matter. Except for marriage.
When the goal of conflict in marriage is to win, the relationship suffers. Sure, an individual can walk away, feeling good about the points scored or the advantage gained. But the relationship suffers. And over time, the relationship breaks down.
Let me suggest that in any conflict, the goal should be progress. In a marriage, it is crucial that the goal is progress.
Why do we lose sight of this? Let’s talk about it on this week’s podcast.
The Immutable Law of Marriage: The Goal of Conflict is Progress.