Conflicts are inevitable part of any relationship. Considering the emotional and psychological makeup of the two sexes, and their unlike personalities and upbringing. It is impossible for couples to agree about everything at all times. A healthy partnership must have a room for constructive criticisms. Both parties need to be able to assert their opinions, oppose, and negotiate their differences. Hence, the key is not to fight, but to ‘know how to fight.’ [Read more…]
It happens to the best of us: we make a big mistake at work, or we’re in the middle of a huge argument with our partners and realize—right in the middle of screaming our heads off—that whoopsie, we are actually wrong. Here are some tips on how to accept the blame and take responsibility for our actions. [Read more…]
It starts with a good idea. Tired of venting about not having enough money, friends decide: ‘Let’s start a business!’
Then the trouble starts. The dynamics of the relationship change, and the complaints emerge. ‘She’s too bossy!’ or ‘He’s not working hard enough. The blame and fingerpointing starts, and the friendship and the business deteriorate.
Despite these horror stories, some partnerships do thrive and prosper—but it obviously takes more than friendship and a good idea. Here are some things to consider. [Read more…]