March 1st, 2014
Marriage is a respectable institute and should be taken great care of. However, when people tie a knot like any other relationship, they too begin to take their spouse for granted and this is not healthy for any marital relationship. The increased distances in a relationship are most likely to create serious marital conflicts and marital conflicts can lead to psychological problems.
A conflict can be devastating for anyone. Every person wishes to live peacefully and wants a happy life. In such a case where this is not happening, it tends to create frustration in an individual that leads to severe depression. Sometimes handling depression becomes a nuisance in one’s life. Not every person can handle it in the right way and those who can’t usually opt for psychiatric help. Now you wouldn’t want that would you?
Marital conflicts not only build issues among parents but affect the children negatively. Children belonging to broken homes are said to either have a dominant violent streak in them or in some cases children become hesitant and extremely introvert. Who would want to do that to their child? Because you’re not the only one suffering, you’re child is a major part of it too. Instead of fighting parents should put all their efforts in raising their child in the best possible way.
I have just highlighted the problems being faced in a marriage which lead to psychological problems; however the solutions are yet to be discussed. Something needs to be done about it because marital conflicts are a universal problem affecting many of us each day.
Respecting one another in a relationship is a very important factor. It is important to be honest to each other and whatever conflict arises between the two, should be settled in private, instead of creating a scene in front of your children leaving a bad impression on them and making them choose whose side should they be on!
My only advice to couples having issues is that, life is a beautiful blessing of God, make it worth living!