Fights & Marriages: How to Handle it

I am married 12 years and I can’t even remember how many times me and my wife must have fought…but what’s important is how we handle the fights and use it to fuel our marriage rather than break it. In this blog video I share 3 important mindsets for couples to handle any type of fights effectively.

I believe if you are married and are not having fights… you are probably not talking to each other or are in the “silent zone” : ) been there !!!

This video will fry your brains and even shock some of you who struggle during a bad fight and have no clue how to resolve it.

Post your comments below the video and also don’t forget to share this video!

For all you married couples… Stay Alive & Fearlessly married and don’t let the fights get you.

- Murtaza

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Fights and marriages. Topic for today. 😀

Hi I am Murtaza Badri and I have been married for 12 years and I am still Alive and Fearless. 😛

If you are married for years or are about to get married, accept this one thing. Fights are going to happen.

But it does not have to end with heartache, pain and suffering. So I will share with you mindsets that will help you enjoy the fights.

  1. Fights are good.

You need to fight. Because it is inevitable. And also, we only fight with people you love. That's a sign of love.

But what happens is rather than thinking about fights being good, we are programmed to not fight, put it aside. That channelizes it into a negative energy.

  1. Focus on the fight

Don't focus on the stuff that is said in the fight. Enjoy it and whatever is said, do not focus on that. If it's a difference of opinion and you fight, either will say stuff to each other.

When the fight is done, move on. Either agree or agree to disagree. After the fight, please do not dig in!

Focus on the fight, get over it and do not get hung up on what is said in the fight.

  1. Protect your love when you fight

In the process of quarrelling, you must focus on the love. Agree or disagree, but still say, I love you. You might have said bad things to each other, but end it with a ‘I still love you.’

When you fight and there's hurt, please communicate that. And the other party, listen and go apologize.

Do not let your ego come in between. There is going to be a difference of opinion and either one is not going to do things the way you want them to. Agree or disagree, close the chapter and move on.

Marriages and fights are bound together. Do not let your fights ruin your married life. And again, don't be couples who hesitate to fight; fight and get over with it.

Stay alive and fearless in your marriage.

Dream big stay strong.

Stay tuned for the next video. Thank you for watching.

About The Author

Murtaza Badri

Murtaza Badri Speaker, Trainer & Life Coach Founder, CMD Badri’s life Transformation Academy Pvt.Ltd A peak performance strategist, relationship expert and a Life Transformational speaker, Murtaza has impacted well over twenty five thousand lives from different backgrounds, age groups, cultures around the world. He delivers fresh and transformational content in his “Alive & Fearless” programs via the power of Internet, Seminar’s, Coaching programs & Mastermind groups. He aims to empower people to go beyond what they think they can do, to what they are actually capable of doing, TODAY! Member of Experts Industry Association, USA. Murtaza is a M.Sc. in Psychology from Madras University, India. He is a certified Fire Walk Instructorfrom (FIRE) Fire Institute of Research and Education, USA, and a certified Facilitator and Trainer from Carlton Advance Management Institute, USA. He is also a certified NLP Practitioner,Timeline Therapy practitioner and a Hypnosis Therapy Practitioner from ANLP, UK. His mission is to support individuals find a purpose in life and align their actions to becoming the highest possible being that he/she would love to become. He believes that every person has the power to be, have & do whatever his/her heart desires. The only gap is a lack of imagination and a belief that he cannot.

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