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couples at work how can you stand to work with your spouseauthor: e. w. jamesthe phrase most often used by readers to describe couples at work is "refreshingly real". written by a real couple with candid, funny and sometimes shocking his and her perspectives, couples at work takes you on a roller coaster journey of what it's like to work

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sarahauger
this doesn't mean we don't argue but in the times that we do, we don't get angry, scream or give each other the silent treatment. we openly say what's on our mind and then deal with the issue. other times, we are just amazed at how long we've been together and have a good time enjoying each other's company. we've even set up our finances to prevent money from ruining our marriage (click here to see what we do step-by-step).
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sarahauger
many disagreements between loving couples occur due to miscommunication. what's ironic is that two people miscommunicating don't know they are doing so or else they would stop. no matter how big the argument, keep in mind that you got married because you care for, trust and love each other. one of the best ways to handle miscommunication is to always give your spouse the benefit of the doubt and be curious why someone with good intentions would act the way they did.
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sarahauger
most fights happen because we misinterpret our spouse's actions or expressions. just because our spouse yawns while we talk, it doesn't mean what we are saying is boring. there is a good chance that it was a long and tiring day but then again maybe it was because we're boring. the only way to know for sure is to ask. hopefully, by now, you've built up a trusting and accepting relationship where your spouse can tell you the truth without suffering any negative consequences.
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sarahauger
step 2 - once you genuinely respect your spouse for being who they are, appreciate them for what they do. my wife does many things for me without my asking and i like to acknowledge and appreciate her for doing that. being on the look out to appreciate allows me to be more aware of all the things she does and this encourages me to reciprocate by doing things for her which she, in turn, acknowledges and appreciates. this creates a wonderful upward spiral.
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sarahauger
i believe what you are explaining here is to be true. but if all steps are not followed through then everything ends up crumbling all over again. i will take your advise with these steps and make my energy i use toward my relationship with my husband in a positive manner instead of yelling and fighting over who has been a better this and that, instead listen to eachother not just lable one another. i love my husband and im willing to appreciate him more so we can love eachother like we once did and enjoy life together. i think every aspect of life will be better for my whole family. thank you for giveing me hope it can and will change out from this rutt we have had for a number of years now. looking forward to haveing our life better.
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sarahauger
my most recent relationship was with my wife of 25 years (we were together 27) who died 6 years ago. i was used to spending nearly all of my time with my late wife. we worked together, played together, raised our children, and even home-schooled them through high school, together. for four years we spent nearly every spare moment building our own house together. this really worked for us. the times that we worked at separate jobs and were apart from each other for long periods were the most difficult.
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sarahauger
one thing to keep in mind that might help is that you may want to focus on what you can do to be happy despite what your husband does or says. his actions and words are merely stimulus and your interpretation of that stimulus is what makes the pain. if you can find a way to look at and change how you interpret his actions, it may lead to less frustration for you. i would recommend reading nonviolent communication by marshall rosenberg for some good tips on having these types of conversations with your husband.
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sarahauger
our little experiment worked wonderfully. this is the best time we have had in our entire marriage. my husband and i took some days away from each other, giving each other space (something that we never liked to even think about doing) and i started feeling incredibly wonderful. we talked and we are amazed at how that worked so well. we were able to spend time taking care of ourselves and remembering who we were individually and this is a miracle!
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sarahauger
i get all that you are saying but it is very hard to do this if both parties are not trying for this equally. i understand i can take accountability for my mistakes and also keep my mind on the main goal of the relationship(which in my case is giving my son the best life i can possibly give him) which in turn means having a healthy relationship with my significant other. but it makes it near impossible to do when im thinking along the lines of this article and she is still doing the same old same old. then it drags me back down to the immature level we were at in the first place. and i know i should not let myself be brought back down but i have an anger issue i guess because no matter how hard i try to have a mature loving kind relationship i always get so mad at the immaturity level of her. dont get me wrong she is a great great mother to our son but just so so immature within the relationship. is that judgemental of me for saying that? or just a keen observation? whos to say. i feel like if i follow the advice of this article fully then i will not only be perceived as but also feel like an absolute pushover. she is not mature enough to grasp these kind of concepts so i think in the end its either be insanely unhappy raising a child with someone who is completly incompatible with me or split up and gove my child an equally unhappy childhood of joint custody. any suggestions on where i would go from here??????
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sarahauger
my marriage 18 th year is going still not getting along with husband bcz he has care about every single feeling of his mother brother and sister but he doesnot care about me at all. if somebody abuses or telling harsh word he wont even react .his father words are only almighty always taking revenge previously i used to go to parents house now they are more he is taking me for ride he is too much money minded dont want to spend on basic necessity of life though no finance troubleso how to change all this really desperate of life??
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