There are many things you can do to deal with anger in marriage. One of the things I urge you to do before everything else is to stop playing the blame game. You should avoid putting the blame on your husband or wife. You must accept responsibility for your actions. When you do this, you are on the right track to solving the problem.
Another thing you should do is to let your partner know that if the two of you don't do something about the problem of anger in your home, the marriage may be heading for the rock. Some wives or husbands often try to look for solution alone without getting the cooperation of their spouse. This is wrong because the solution you will get will be temporal. When the two of you seek for and get the much needed help, the job
Once you have sought for and get the cooperation of your spouse, it is essential that both of you see an anger management counselor. Seeing the counselor alone is wrong as the counselor will not be able to proffer the best solution. But when the counseling session is done with the two of you, it will be easier for the counselor to determine the source of anger in the home and recommend what the two of you should do. You and your spouse should try to put into practice what the counselor has told you. It may be difficult at first, but it will work as you persist. In addition, you and your spouse should understand each other. When you do, you are leaving little or no room for anger. Be sincere with each other in your finances since it is one of the causes of anger in a marriage.
When anger in marriage is not well handled by both husband and wife, it often leads to divorce. It is really essential for you to save your marriage by taking all measures to nip the problem in the bud before it brings an end to your lovely home and family.
Illustration from Clyde Mendes column at MetroSexual LA