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Why Have We Started Arguing So Much?

Updated: Aug 31, 2022


Being true to form, we want to answer this question as uncomplicated as we can. Put simply, it’s because you're now disagreeing more.


Disagreements are just opposing views. In and of themselves, there’s nothing wrong with them. What you need to be on the lookout for is the velocity and the ferocity at which they happen. Each of those is a canary in a coal mine.


It’s not always the case, but an increase in velocity is usually a sign of two separate visions; while an increase in ferocity is usually an indicator of a repeated failure to rectify a problem, situation, or dispute.


If velocity is what you’re experiencing, then you must work to find common ground and reestablish a singular vision with your spouse. This must be done while considering both of your views, grievances, and opinions. To do so is the hallmark of every good marriage.


If you don’t, your spouse will figure out a way to implement their own vision with or without your input. Why? Cause humans always find a way to get what they really want. And if you’re arguing, especially with an increase in velocity, then someone really wants something. Plus, if it's without your input, something worse could happen. This is, that the arguments stop and lull you into thinking everything is okay. But the truth of the matter is, your spouse has just gone on without you or around you. The more this happens, the more the distance between a couple grows and the inevitable feeling of independence grows with it. Until one day, you wake up and find yourself saying what all divorcees say. Which is, “We just grew apart” or “I don’t even know them anymore.”


Ferocity on the other hand is something else entirely. Not only is it more dangerous to a couple emotionally it also increases the chance of the onset of physical abuse. That's because force is a common weapon for people that don’t know how to get what they want by other means.


To be clear, in our next few statements we're not saying force by either spouse is okay to use by any stretch of the imagination. We're merely pointing out the time and place it's commonly used for the sake of you being able to steer clear of it. With that said, someone without the capability to get what they want by better means has a higher chance of using force when faced with a repeated failure by either spouse to rectify a problem, situation, or dispute.


Often, a repeated failure to rectify a problem, situation, or dispute is due to a solution not being known or the belief that a solution is either too complex or harder to implement than the current method being used. In short, a couple is caught in a rut and needs help navigating a path to a solution. That’s exactly what The Marriage Cipher Key Virtual System was designed to do. It helps you navigate through a difficult problem, situation, or dispute and bring much-needed insight when a couple needs it the most. Under any circumstance. Without exception. Every time.


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