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8 BEST TIPS ON HOW TO CORRECT IN A LOVING WAY

Are you wondering how you can correct your partner in a loving way? There’s always conflict in a relationship but the end result will be determined by how both parties took the conflict. Knowing how to correct each other in love will help reduce the heat that may be caused by the fight and also will reduce divorce rate.

This post will be discussing how to correct in a loving way to avoid misinterpretation of a bigger problem in a relationship.

 1. KEEP IN MIND THE INFLUENCE OF MANNERS:

Every interaction benefits from polite, respectful speech. Everyone responds better when they are treated with attention, whether you are speaking to your partner, your mother-in-law, or anyone else. Consider how easy it was to be considerate of your partner when you first met. Have you unknowingly developed harmful habits? We all understand the difference between asking someone to “please complete the dishes” and asking someone to “couldn’t you at least do the dishes?” but frequently give in to the urge to become upset at the time.

Just like skipping one day of training makes it simpler to abandon your fitness goals, little unpleasant remarks can lead to bigger ones. Make polite communication a priority in your life and work hard to attain it.

 2. STOP CRITIZING:

Offering better solutions to errors is the act of correcting them. Do not condemn anyone with your speech or actions instead always correct in love. Most people will say its constructive criticism, but is that true? By calling attention to flaws and errors, it conveys displeasure. Criticism and correction are never on the same page. For instance;

What kind of cuisine is this? Is this fried rice or popcorn? How I wish I had chosen to wed a more sensible spouse who had better domestic skills and could cook- Husband A

Sweetheart, this rice is very salty and dry compared to the one you made yesterday, in my opinion, salt consumption should be decreased at other times for our health- Husband B

This conversation shows that Husband B lovingly corrected his wife while Husband A condemned his wife. Quit berating anyone all in the name of correction.

 3. DON’T COMPARE ANYONE TO ANOTHER AGAINST: 

You might have been comparing your wife or child to other women or children when you were trying to reprimand them. “Why are you not observing what your friend is doing? “Can’t you take a lesson from the wife of our neighbors?” This is just incorrect, no one enjoys being compared to others.

 4. AVOID CORRECTING IN ANGER:

Stop yelling, ranting, pounding, and otherwise causing difficulties when correcting. Make sure you are calm and also ensure that the person you are correcting is in a peaceful state.

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 5.  DON’T CORRECT IN FRONT OF LITTLE CHILDREN:

When the children are around, refrain from correcting your spouse or anyone older than the kids in front of them. Children tends to disrespect if you constantly correct in front of them.

 6. NEVER CORRECT ANYONE IN PUBLIC:

Correcting and ranting in public will surely reflect poorly on you as a gentleman or woman. Avoid correcting your partner or anyone in front of others, this will lower their self-esteem. Correcting in public shouldn’t be for show off, it only shows the high level of your immaturity.

7. DO IT DURING A PEACEFUL MOMENT:

Most husbands desire to correct during a time of heightened misunderstanding, when their temper has already reached its highest point. Correcting at that time won’t produce much, if any, of a result.

8. LEND A HAND:

Leading by example is the best way to correct. As a man in the house, offer to help in the kitchen rather than just sitting in front of the television and criticizing what happens there. Wives are amazing at what they do, so recognize yours and encourage her to be a better mother and wife.

FINAL THOUGHT

  Being loved unconditionally does not give you the right to express your opinions in an unconducive manner. Show some respect and be considerate to one another.

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