Relations: be honest with your feelings.
According to results of a current research, “positive psychology” approach is the best way to keep up peace in your relations. James McNulty, Ph.D. of Florida State University states that being honest in expressing real feelings is way better than turning a blind eye to the problems between lovers. Most of us know what is “positive psychology.” In a few words it could be described in the following way: optimism, forgiveness and positive thinking help mates to get along well with their relations even after a “violent tempest.” New study revealed that expressing real feelings (for example, anger) was more helpful in “solving problems” than the “tactics of an ostrich.” In fact, short-term discomfort of a “tough” but sincere conversation is able to support long-term relations. “If the partner can do something to resolve a problem that is likely to otherwise continue and negatively affect the relationship, people may experience long-term benefits by temporarily withholding forgiveness and expressing anger,” says McNulty.
So, next time you have the a quarrel, try to find the root of evil using your mutual ability to communicate. On the contrary, suppression and "forgetting" can only aggravate the situation.