How To Stop Fighting In A Relationship And Resolve Conflict In Marriage

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Here’s how to stop fighting in a relationship and resolve conflict in marriage. ► ◄ Useful solutions for how to stop fighting in a relationship.

Conflict in relationships is the most common reasons couples break up or get divorced.

In this video, you’ll learn 4 counter-intuitive ways for how to stop arguing in relationship with your spouse and how to resolve conflict in relationships.

Hi I’m Bruce Muzik. I’m a relationship coach and I help couples stop fighting and start being happy.

Conflict in relationships is inevitable. If you learn how to argue in a relationship as well as how to resolve conflicts, fighting can actually bring you closer together instead of tearing you apart.

I’ve road tested many ways to de-escalate conflict with my relationship coaching clients. Some of them stopped arguments, some of them didn’t. These 4 marital conflict resolution strategies (for how to stop fighting and resolve conflicts in a relationship) all work like gangbusters:

00:59 – Relationship Conflict Resolution tool #1

02:33 – Marriage Conflict Resolution tool #2

03:54 – Conflict Resolution for Couples tool #3

04:29 – Conflict Resolution in Marriage tool #4

If you’re always arguing in a relationship, go try out these 4 relationship conflict busting tips in your marriage or relationship and let me know how they go.

As useful as these 4 strategies are for fighting in marriage, they can’t fix your relationship troubles and stop fights from ever erupting again. That’s because until you deal with the root cause of your fights you’ll keep triggering each other and repeating your patterns of conflict over and over again.


– if you’re walking on eggshells…
– if there’s constant tension in your relationship…
– if you experience fuzzy communication…
– if one of you is withdrawing and the other is becoming needy and demanding…

…then you need to get to the heart of what’s going on or else you’ll keep hurting each other until either a) you resign yourself to a life of living with someone you don’t feel connected to, or b) you break up and look for someone new.

If you’re ready to learn how to resolve conflicts in relationships once and for all, my curriculum can help. Find out more here:


For more information on how to stop fighting in a relationship, sign up for my free video series:

How To Stop Fighting In A Relationship And Resolve Conflict In Marriage

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