How to Stop Nagging

How to Stop Nagging: 7 Tips To Help Your Relationship Be Strong and Non-Confrontational

Men often claim that a woman’s nagging is the biggest reason a relationship ends. The reality is that no woman wants to be called a nag. It begins because a woman is unable to get her point through without resorting to nagging. Although both parties want the nagging to end, the endless nagging cycle goes on. How can you stop the nagging process?

The first step is to realize that you’re doing it. From that, you need to consider implementing some replacement behaviors as an alternative.

7 Things You Can Do To End The Incessant Nagging


This term was developed by relationship expert Dr. Stratyner, and is the polar opposite of confrontation. What is carefrontation? It’s about reminding your spouse that you think of him as your spouse, not your slave. If you feel a fight is going to ensue, you’re going to be right. It’s because you go into a talk with that frame of mind.

Lighten The Mood

Instead of saying your spouse is a deadbeat, explain to them how you feel. Make jokes about it too to help lighten the mood when you talk. If you’re tired of your spouse leaving the toilet seat up, tell them that you fear death by drowning every time you go into the bathroom. Or, if you’re stressed out by the constant cooking you must do after a hard day’s work, ask them what can be done about it.

If you make a person feel like a bad guy, they’re going to be searching for ways to leave, not help.


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