What's the best way to patch up after a fight?
To apologize ! Or try to talk it out. Sometimes after a fight let both cool down and get back on track when the next time u wake up
I read it somewhere: Never go to bed angry with each other. Whatever be the reason, give a big hug and say I love you before you sleep. Things get well the next morning.
Apologise. Doesn't matter how, what, why, when or who said what -- apologise and move on from there. For me personally, if I initiated the fight, I would naturally apologise (but reluctantly haha). If he started it and he apologised, I would also apologise because I would have definitely said some horrible things during the fight in retaliation. After the apologies are out of the way, things are always easier. We'd always end up cooking a meal together (because arguing works up an appetite) and we settle down to watch our favourite series.Read more
Remember why you fell in love: you shared a hope, a dream; tell each other what you love most about each other and put the argument in perspective. Disagreement, diverse opinions are healthy - smooth hurt feelings and bruised egos with love and affection
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- Wendy Soh
At times, I have found that the best way is to stop doing whatever you're doing and listening to what your kid is saying. Children usually cry/whine for a reason. If they want to be picked up, stop for a while, get to their level and give them a tight hug. Before you know, the kid would be happy, smiling and wanting you to let her go :)) Really, we, as adults, underestimate kids. We should take the time out and listen to whatever they have to say. Kids love it when they are being talked to and when adults try to understand them.Aashi Malhotra