Although occasional family rows and disputes are natural and normal, they can all to quickly and easily become unhealthy and destructive. Some families find that all they seem to do is argue, engaging in mutual blame and often scapegoating a family member by putting all the blame for everything that has gone wrong on him or her. They develop negative communication patterns in which not effort is made to combine positive with negative comments. Research suggests you should give more than three positive messages for every negative one if you are to counteract the hurt and produced.
One tip for helping to rekindle the love a couple once felt for each other this is to recall the happy memories you have had together, remind yourself why you fell in love initially, vividly imagine this in your mind’s eye and take time to allow yourself to become absorbed in the memories and feelings.
To strengthen this you can do it with your partner present so that you can open your eyes, smile and look into their eyes as you associate these feelings with your partner. Repeating this over and over can continue to strengthen those bonds, and rekindle that love.