Do you ever feel that there are too many arguments in your house? Then you are not alone. Every family argues and has disagreements with each other at some point. Crucially, it is the way that people argue that will profoundly determine the happiness levels within the family. Unhappy families argue badly which drives disconnection and resentments, happy families argue well, which drives connection and understanding.
UNHAPPY FAMILIES ARGUE BADLY:
Unhappy families don't resolve problems when they argue, they simply vent frustrations to the other person in a way that is destructive to a person’s self-worth. The goal is for a person to gain power and control over the other. They don't repair the relationship after an argument, instead they go from one argument to another and wonder why nothing improves. There is often a scapegoat in the family or a naughty child, who is blamed for the family’s arguments.