How to reconcile with your loved one

Even in cou­ples where love and ten­der­ness reign, no, no, but quar­rels hap­pen. After a dis­cord, the desire to make peace may arise imme­di­ate­ly, or it may appear in a cou­ple of days, but in any case, it is nec­es­sary and often nec­es­sary to improve rela­tions, it is for us, women. Since we will dis­cuss how to make peace with your beloved man or boyfriend and when it is bet­ter to do this in our mate­r­i­al today.

When to reconcile with a loved one?

Did the thought “I want to make peace with my beloved” arose almost imme­di­ate­ly after a quar­rel? Take your time, let the pas­sions set­tle down a lit­tle. Both you and your oppo­nent have a lot to think about. Yes, and your tears, tantrums and screams will not con­tribute to build­ing rela­tion­ships at all. There­fore, the first thing to do after a quar­rel is to calm the tears and calm down. Well, after that, it remains only to real­ize your guilt (both are always to blame for any quar­rel, which means that there is your fault in what hap­pened) and go for rec­on­cil­i­a­tion.

How to reconcile with a loved one?

Think­ing about how to make peace with your beloved man? Yes, what is eas­i­er, go up to him and say “for­give me.” But this is too banal and this option is not suit­able for every­one. What else can you think of to rec­on­cile with your loved one?

  1. You can start rec­on­cil­i­a­tion small — with SMS mes­sages. Write a beau­ti­ful roman­tic SMS to your beloved, you can also write it in verse. If after your first mes­sage there is no reac­tion, but you know that it has been deliv­ered, write anoth­er one to your loved one, per­haps he is very offend­ed by you and wants a lit­tle more atten­tion. And this way you will show him that it is very impor­tant for you to make peace and that you real­ly regret your quar­rel.
  2. Don’t want to tor­ture your mobile phone? Use e‑mail, of course, if your loved one uses it often enough to notice your let­ter.
  3. If you know that a loved one is con­stant­ly lis­ten­ing to some kind of radio sta­tion, then try to get through on the air and apol­o­gize in this way to your man. Well, in addi­tion, order a song for him — his favorite, or one with which both of you have pleas­ant mem­o­ries. If you are not sure that your loved one heard your per­for­mance, you can record it (for exam­ple, on a voice recorder, which is in any mobile phone).
  4. If you live in the same ter­ri­to­ry, then you can come home ear­ly and pre­pare the apart­ment for the upcom­ing rec­on­cil­i­a­tion. For exam­ple, hang posters through­out the apart­ment with the word “Sor­ry!” and notes with var­i­ous warm words.
  5. Well, the clas­sic way to make peace, of course, is a roman­tic can­dle­light din­ner with no less roman­tic con­tin­u­a­tion. And the begin­ning of such rec­on­cil­i­a­tion can be sim­ple words with which you express your desire to make peace and say how hard it is for you because you quar­reled. The main thing at this moment is not to blame your part­ner for any­thing, even if you think that he is wrong. It is bet­ter to talk about this when you make peace and for­get the griev­ances.
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Beloved does not want to put up — what to do?

How to make peace with your loved one when he absolute­ly does not want this and does not react to all your attempts? You need to step back for a while. It is like­ly that your loved one needs more time to com­pre­hend the sit­u­a­tion and move away from the quar­rel than you. Beloved does not want to put upSo give him this time, do not insist, maybe when he is ready, he will take the first step towards rec­on­cil­i­a­tion.

How to pre­vent quar­rels?

How dif­fi­cult it is to approach and ask for for­give­ness first! To save your­self from such tor­ment, try not to quar­rel. Yes, some­times it is dif­fi­cult to resist a vio­lent show­down, but every­thing is in your pow­er. Psy­chol­o­gists rec­om­mend that fre­quent­ly quar­rel­ing cou­ples come up with some kind of code word that will mean that you need to stop dis­cussing the prob­lem for a while. And you will need to return to the con­ver­sa­tion only when you both cool down and are able to con­duct a dia­logue — to give your own argu­ments and lis­ten to the opin­ion of your loved one.