Are You Currently Married to Bickering


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If you bicker a lot with your spouse, it could be because you’re running low on energy. Low energy translates to less self-control and a greater chance of aggression. MONDAY, Dec. 3, 2018 If you bicker a lot with your spouse, it could be because you’re running low on energy. Low energy translates to less self-control and a greater chance of aggression.

The good news: A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that a steady blood glucose level can translate into fewer fights with your spouse. The answer can be as simple as grabbing a snack or, even better, having a relaxing dinner together to put you in a happy mood for the evening ahead. More information.

You can read the entire PNAS study on low blood sugar and bickering online. Are You Married to Bickering? Created: 12/03/2018. Last Updated: 12/03/2018.

Share on: MONDAY, Dec. 3, 2018 (HealthDay News) If you bicker a lot with your spouse, it could be because you’re running low on energy. Low energy translates to less self-control and a greater chance of aggression. Are You Married to Bickering?

If you bicker a lot with your spouse, it could be because you’re running low on energy. Low energy translates to less self-control and a greater chance of aggression. As for bickering like a married couple, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it suggests that the two people not only feel comfortable with each other but also that they are willing to face.

I was having lunch last month with a colleague, Nathan. At 65 he’s at the height of his research career, earns a good salary as a university professor and has been married to. If you find yourself bickering with your partner, try using this simple technique: To yourself, name the decision that you’re feeling tempted to bicker about. “We’re arguing about how many. One lady I worked with to transform her marriage said to me, “Nicola I am doing this but it’s not working, the bickering is continuing” I was surprised because with all the married couples I’ve worked with, when a person listen’s, empathize’s and let’s the need to be right go, the bickering. In some cases the answer may be grow up and stop bickering.

But when you’re married to someone with a personality disorder the best advice may be to get out. Carefully. With advanced planning and support.

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We’ve had disagreements, but in fifteen years of marriage, we’ve never had a yelling argument.

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We have been married over 15 years, and we haven’t had a quarrel, a fight or argument.

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I have seen many couples who have been bickering and fighting for years over the same things.

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We have had disagreements in the past, of course, but now we’re both irritable and we fight at each other a lot.

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I’m ashamed to admit this, but early in our marriage my husband and I got into the habit of bickering, and not just when we were alone.

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My husband and I bicker constantly.

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My own marriage, well—Julian and I alternate between screaming at each other and ignoring each other completely.

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She and I rarely argue anymore, and when we do, the disagreements are short­lived for we have learned that it is better to be happy and loved than it is to win the argument.

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