Watch as Julie Orlov explains what is happening in your marriage when a spouse is always angry and you feel like you can never do anything right. Learn what to do to save your marriage and create a more healthy and loving way of dealing with marital and relationship issues.
Everyone knows what it’s like to be in a no-win situation. You feel like whatever you do it will never be enough to please the person you love (or anyone for that matter). You feel like you live in the “dog house” and don’t know why. You only know that it’s getting cold and lonely out there and you’d like to come back in.
All kidding aside, feeling like you are constantly on the receiving end of someone’s wrath gets old. It starts to wear down the trust and love within a relationship. On the other hand, if you or your significant other are experiencing constant frustration, then there is something to look at and understand. People can be angry and frustrated over a long period of time for a variety of reasons.
Watch the video below and find out the reasons why this dynamic occurs in relationships and what to do about it.
For those of you that prefer to read, you will find a summary of the video’s highlights below.
Some of these include:
- Making a request over and over again without any action or response from another
- Feeling dissatisfied or frustrated in other areas of your life and taking that out (displacing those feelings) onto another
- Feeling unloved, unappreciated, or otherwise neglected in the relationship—feelings that get expressed by finding fault in the other, no matter what they do or say
- Unresolved feelings over a past hurt or betrayal
- A belief that one’s needs will never get met—having expectations that are unrealistic when it comes to relationships
- Having a personality that has a higher propensity for disappointment and anger
- Having experienced certain childhood or adult traumas—this can result in chronic anger
It is so important to understand what is behind the chronic anger, frustration and disappointment. The next step is to address these issues in a way that promotes empathy, connection, and effective problem solving. It really is possible to change the way you communicate your feelings and address conflicts that result in more love and intimacy, not less.
If you or someone you know is struggling with chronic anger and frustration in their relationship, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I am here to provide personalized counseling and coaching. And if you want to start right now, go and purchase The Pathway to Love at-home program. You don’t need to wait. You can begin the process today. Take advantage of the opportunity receive the support and guidance you deserve.
As always, I’m here to support you in creating a transformational life and strong and powerful relationships.
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