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No marriage is perfect. The difference between couples who have a strong marriage and those who don't lies in how they handle conflict and also in the value they place on their relationship. It is important to apply basic rules of conflict resolution when disagreements arise to keep problems from becoming a source of deeper conflict.
Basic rules include avoiding discussion of problems when you are angry, learning to be good listeners, and being willing to search for a solution rather than insisting on having your way in the matter. In addition to solving problems, great couples strive to keep love and passion alive in their relationship and do their best to maintain open communication at all times.

Protect your marriage by constantly working to strengthen the foundation of love, trust, and respect.

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