Cut The Drama Out Of Your Love Life Quickly
There are few things that can derail a relationship faster than unwanted emotional drama. This isn’t a natural occurrence in relationships. Believe it or not, you can prevent drama from ruining your relationship. Here’s what you need to do:
Put Together A Clear Communication Plan For Your Arguments
Drama usually starts because of miscommunication. You are more likely to begin a chain of miscommunication during a fight than at any other time. So should you just stop fighting? No! That’s unnatural, unrealistic and will also kill your relationship. Instead, you need to outline how things will go when you are fighting. There are lines that shouldn’t be crossed and there are times when you should be able to step back and say “Whoa, what is going on here?” Take the time to step away and assess how you are feeling and what you are saying. Set up a clear communication plan and you’ll be able to withstand your arguments sensibly and find a resolution.
Don’t Let Outsiders Into Your Relationship
No one is as committed to the success of your relationship as you and your lover are. Every time you let in someone from the outside, you run the risk of drama starting. Now, you two shouldn’t cut yourselves off from the outside world. Rather, you should be careful what situations you let see the light of day. Be discreet. Your relationship is between you and your lover and no one else. Outsiders shouldn’t know all of your dirty little secrets (unless abuse is occurring. Always tell someone about that). Remember that you and your lover are a team, and you’ll be just fine.
Figure Out How Your Significant Other Works
On a grander scale, you need to make more of an effort to understand your significant other. Drama occurs because you have not conveyed your feelings succinctly. You don’t communicate well maybe, because you don’t understand each other. Learn about your loved one. How do they handle fights? How do they talk with their friends? Do they bring drama into the relationship? It’s important to know all of these things. If you don’t, then you cannot take control of a situation when it occurs.
Drama sucks; but it doesn’t have to be the deciding element of your relationship. If you make an effort to consciously remove drama, you will succeed. You and your partner will be much happier for the effort, especially since the benefits will begin to appear almost immediately. Give the above advice a try today and make sure to take notes on how it works for you!