But the good news is that if just one person within the relationship is motivated to improve things, the relationship can and will change.
recently delved deep into love addiction and avoidance.
The Love Addict vs The Love Avoidant A childhood immersed in fairytales (Cinderella anyone?
) can make the love addict believe that the answer to loneliness lies in the arms of Mr. It hits them with such intensity that the search for a perfect partner begins.
Why would we let a silly disagreement destroy our relationship? When looking at the whole picture, the couple is well-satisfied with the marriage relationship.
” …The newlywed couple knew they had a problem with conflict.
Instead, the marriage motto is “agree to disagree.” The couple acknowledges that they are different, strong willed, independent individuals, and that they will have different opinions on some issues.
They are enraptured by the fantasy of a relationship. The love avoidant believes they can rescue the addict.
With this conflict style, couples talk, listen, compromise and calmly work out their problems to their mutual satisfaction.
Avoidant Conflict Style: With this conflict style, couples rarely if ever confront a conflict head on.
Conflict within a relationship can be tiring, frustrating, and monotonous.
When a couple becomes stuck in the same repetitive arguments, even small conflicts such as arguing over who empties the dishwasher most often can make you feel trapped in a circle of conflict.