Been doing this all my life, Parents, siblings, wife, kids, and grandkids, unwritten You Don’t Scare Me I Was Raised By A Redhead Mother Shirt rule, no argument lasts longer than 5 minutes and no one goes to bed without making up first. I think that people have this very unrealistic view that people who never fight in their relationship are the happiest, but it makes you wonder, how can you grow as a couple and learn about each other if you don’t have disagreements.
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Many people take issue with one another but fail to communicate (ie fight or argue) and those You Don’t Scare Me I Was Raised By A Redhead Mother Shirt are incompatible people. Resolving conflict is the real sign of your compatibility as a couple. Conflict can truly be just another form of communication if you handle it the correct way. It doesn’t have to be a bad thing. I and my partner fight a lot, and because I take time to lower my temper, we make a rule that we have to finish everything before sunset, apologize for each other and we have to cuddle afterward.
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You have identical conflict resolution styles so it works. I detest conflict so frequent arguments would never work for me. As long as it works for you, it’s nobody’s business. I think people should mind their own business instead of meddling with others. Unless people get abused in their relationship you should let people find out on their own. ‘I have to say that daily heated arguments wear me down. I’ve learned not to talk politics too often with my husband because we just totally disagree on politics. But some other smaller matters are ok to bicker about and can be easily resolved.
But even raising my voice stresses my husband out because he was raised in a family where no one You Don’t Scare Me I Was Raised By A Redhead Mother Shirt ever raised their voices. It’s hard for me because my family was the same as yours, constant bickering. So it’s a struggle to know when to just keep my mouth shut, or if it’s worth it to disagree. Research has said that people who have explosive arguments are bound to have longlasting relationships. A new report from what I gather.