Relationship tips to keep your marriage humming!
Reframe Problems as Opportunities for Improvement.
We ignore problems in order to avoid the pain of confronting them, but the irony is that we ultimately suffer more as a result of our avoidance. Problems multiply when we avoid them, and they go away when we confront them.
The key is to focus on the other side of the problem; a problem can be a real break, a chance to get out of a rut and make yourself or your situation better. Problems don’t always arise as a result of external factors or bad events; any new awareness you have that allows you to see possibilities for improvement presents a problem for you to solve.
In order to have a healthy relationship, you have to become a problem seeker rather than a problem avoider.