Stress is something that we all encounter. It is unavoidable. Sometimes stress is the reason many relationships fail. If you want to sustain your relationship, it is best to know how to deal with stress in a healthy way rather than letting it wreak havoc on your partner.
Do not lash out at your partner
It is very true that it is easier to snap on your partner than it is to yell at your boss at work. This is why it is so common to take your frustrations out on those who are closest to you. This is why it is important to think it through before being irritated with your mate, or at least apologizing to them if you realize that you are just stressed out. No one likes to be yelled at, especially for reasons not of their making.
Get some space
Sometimes avoiding a meltdown at home means getting a little space. If this means you need a little time to yourself before seeing your partner, or even meditating on your way home in the car, take a little time to cool off before bringing your negativity into the relationship. A little "you" time can make a big difference.
Address the real issue
Do you ever have one of those days where everything just goes wrong and, by the end of the day, you are so upset you cannot even pinpoint what you are upset about? If this is true, then it is probably best to sit and think about why your day went wrong. It could be that the real reason for you being upset was never solved. Once you figure out what it is that is making you antsy, take some time to figure out how this problem can be solved. This way, you will not have to continue your day in a negative mood.
Find an outlet
One of the best ways to keep stress out of your relationship is by dealing with it in a healthy way. Some great ways to relieve stress are exercising, meditating, or just some peaceful relaxation time. When you notice yourself feeling uneasy about something, find a way to get it out before it tears you down, and your partner, as well.