When you feel angry or upset, take a break to calm down before continuing the conversation.
Use "I" statements to express your feelings without blaming your partner.
Listen to your partner's perspective and try to understand their perspective.
Identify situations or behaviors that trigger your anger and develop strategies to manage them.
Deep breathing, meditation or yoga can help you manage your emotions and reduce stress.
Talk to a trusted friend, therapist, or support group to help you manage your anger.
Seek resources or counseling to help you learn healthy ways to handle conflict.
Accept your role in conflicts and take responsibility for your actions.
Communicate clear boundaries with your partner and enforce them to protect your emotional well-being.