I don't know what to do, we've been getting in lots of fights lately.Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Me and my boyfriend have been getting in lots of fights lately. It started by me just talking to him telling him about how I feel about him not talking to me in person anymore, but then he turned it all into a fight. The fight was all online though and whenever he came on, he'd say hi and I wouldn't answer because I knew he'd start another fight if I did answer. Then if I don't answer, he'll start fighting with me again, but if I do answer, he'll still fight with me. And I told him I don't want to be fighting with him anymore but he still continues to fight with me. I seriously don't know what to do, all my friends are telling me to break up with him because he treats me badly. But I love him too much to break up with him but I don't know what I should do but if I try talking to him, he'll try fighting with me again. I'm so sick of these fights, I want these fights to stop. Please tell me, what should I do?
It takes two people to fight like it takes two hands to clap.
You have been taking part in these fights one way or the other.
Now you want the fighting to stop.
What to do? Try this... next time you have a conversation with him tell him he's right no matter what he says. He will get suspicious of course so be prepared to tell him you are through fighting and will agree with him from now on.
He probably comes from a family where fighting is a normal way of communicating and maybe you do too. This will make it harder for both of you to stop. But give it a try.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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