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5 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Marriage

On August 25, 2017, Posted by , In All Posts,Anger,Avoid Divorce,Common Marriage Problems, With Comments Off on 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress in Your Marriage

Stress has a way of evolving into marriage problems. That’s because when you’re stressed, you’re more likely to get mad at each other and argue.

Thankfully, this is something that married couples have been dealing with since the beginning of time. This means there are tried and tested ways of dealing with stress in your relationship.

Talk to each other

I cannot emphasize enough how important communication is for reducing stress. When you’re feeling unhappy, there’s nothing more fulfilling than telling your spouse how you feel and then listening to their point of view on the matter. It certainly much better than assuming you know how your partner feels and then getting mad when they don’t react the way you expect them to.

Nip it in the bud

Small stresses only turn into big marriage problems if they’re not deal with early enough. So keep your eyes open for signs of stress and manage it before you begin taking it out on each other.


Marriage is all about teamwork. So, naturally, you need to work with your spouse to keep your marriage happy and stress-free.

Keep an open mind

Try to see things from your partner’s point of view. This will increase your understanding of whatever is stressing you out and make it easier for you to resolve it.

Do this even if you genuinely believe that you are right and your partner is wrong. Your partner is more likely to agree with you if you make them feel that their opinion is heard and valued.

Talk to a counselor

If you’ve tried talking to your spouse about the stress you’re experiencing but they haven’t been much help, it may be time to talk to someone else. However, this is not a free pass to vent about your marriage to all your friends and family.

The best person to talk to about marital stress is a counselor. However, if you’re reluctant to share your problems with a stranger, you can talk to your pastor

The best time to deal with unhealthy conflict and stress is when it’s still fresh. If you discuss problems openly as soon as they arise, you won’t have to worry about them turning into something bigger.

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