Find Your Middle Ground

Find Your Middle Ground

Disagreements are common in all relationships. In fact, it is an essential part of a healthy relationship.

This is so because humans have different points of view about things. Even if you love each other too much, there will be times you argue about some things to the point of hurting each other’s feeling.

The best way to end an argument is one should stop speaking and just be silent. If both of you are shouting, the argument will become a severe blow to your relationship. Remember you can’t take back any harsh word you say to your partner. So be careful and better keep silent.

Every time my fiancé and I argue about things and end up being disappointed, we simply find our middle ground.

What is it?

It is simply your common reason why you’re in a relationship in the first place. Every time, you hurt each other, you simply go back to this.

For us, our middle ground is that we are in a relationship because we love each other and we commit to living as husband and wife in the future. In other words, we think long-term.

Because we both know our middle ground, forgiveness, and understanding are easier. So you also have to discuss with your partner your middle ground. Both of you should be aware of it. Not just you or her.

Lebert Omac

Lebert is a forester by profession and currently working as a sales associate in Abu Dhabi, UAE. He comes from a simple family of Bohol, Philippines and is the breadwinner of their family. Aside from making sure that his family is provided with all their needs, he is also passionate about faith-building at the same time building healthy and lasting relationships with everyone, especially to his fiancee. On top of all the things he's doing now, he also dreams of building a God-fearing and God-centered family in the future and eventually make it a mission in order to build a peaceful society. Growing up in a family where he feels all the love and support push him to pursue this dream.
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