A volatile couple just wants to win the argument, but at the end this couple is more loving than the other types of marriages.
What I didn’t like about this type of marriage was that the couple doesn’t discuss their feelings or tries to understand the other; instead they want to be the right one and the winner in their arguments.
They were always at ease and calm when discussing a topic.
Validating couples accept one another’s opinion even if they do not agree upon it. This type of marriage is a better one because of how people listen and express their feelings to one another. This marriage type argues so often about minor topics and skips the first phase of discussing the delicate issue (Gottman 39-43).
It involves accommodating your own viewpoint with that of your partner.