The First 10 Ways to Be a (Much) Better Wife

Choose “Fight” When It Comes to “Fight or Flight” “Arguments are often good icebreakers to get more positive communication flowing with your spouse,” explains Nicole Merritt, relationship expert and founder of jthreeNMe. “Don’t avoid confrontation. Take it on, but do so as respectfully and as calmly as possible. Think of your fighting as a healthy alternative to blatant avoidance and passive aggressiveness.”