Quick Anger Tip 2 – Recognize Perpetual Problems

Marital research shows that 69% of the time in marital conflict is spent arguing about “perpetual” issues – issues that are never going to change. Trying to “solve” unsolvable problems (like character or personality differences between husband and wife) creates stress, anger, frustration and conflict. Instead, find a way to accept and live with each other around these unsolvable issues while focusing on changing those issues that are indeed changeable.