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Managing Family and Relationship Conflict

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managing-family-and-relationship-conflictConflict may be challenging and frustrating. Estrangement, strained relationships, and marriage breakdowns can all result from conflict. It’s far easier to work through problems as a team when you deal with them as they arise than waiting for them to build up. Here are some suggestions to help you be proactive:

  • Maintain Regular Family Gatherings

    Dealing with concerns on a weekly or biweekly basis prevents difficulties from accumulating and weighing heavily on people for an extended period.

  • Distribute Household Duties

    Consider creating a chore chart or other method to assign household responsibilities so that the house stays clean and no one person feels like they are the only one doing everything.

  • Prioritize Quality Time Together

    Make time for the individuals that matter to you and show them how much you care by giving them your undivided attention. Consider phone-free outings, dinners at the table, or any other routine that allows your family to bond and relax.

  • Determine Your Essential Values

    Use this opportunity to explain what is important to you as a family or partners. That will aid in the prioritization of competing prospects and the allocation of time and money.

  • Get Help When Needed

    Don’t be afraid to reach out. Consider enrolling in a parenting education program or a relationship workshop, or reach out to A&E Healthcare Services, Inc. to navigate the challenges in your relationship. We offer an array of services, ranging from counseling to psychiatric rehabilitation in Maryland.

Our outpatient mental health services in College Park, Maryland, address family and relationship conflict issues, including the personal issues that may be underlying them. Having an outside perspective can be beneficial and a worthwhile investment in your family.

We also provide quality support in medication management.

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