Advice on getting along (conflict relations)
These relations give rise to ever-present inner tension. People tied by these relations over time become nervous and irritable. In collaboration with your conflict partner, strictly divide duties among yourselves and carry them out according to firm schedule/plan. Rationalizations will help you keep internal nervousness at bay and channel accumulated energy into useful things of service-homecaring nature or leisure time.
It is recommended to use humor and jokes to uplift each other's moods. However, joke carefully and avoid sarcasm. Once you feel that the tension has reached a critical point, it is best that you leave the territory of a partner, for example, got to a different room.
Do not allow any middlemen in your relations. Household duties perform together, but do not take up the same duty together. Avoid surprises, fancies, novelties, as your partner is likely to react negatively to them.
Keep fidelity out of a sense of duty, consciously suppress resentment and antipathy. Make it a tradition to celebrate the most pleasant moments of your relationship. Help each other in the most difficult moments. This way you will see responsiveness and effectiveness of these relations in the pursuit of mutual interests against outside pressures and adversity.