When to stop?

Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Female
I've seeing him off and on for about a year and half, which the beginning was fabulous then wham it all fell apart. Ever since' it's been a whirlwind of fights. When we fight it is very bitter and to the bone. Very harsh things are exchanged between the both of us. There is lack of trust on both sides which doesn't seem to help any. The huge thing that is holding us together is our chemistry. Getting along in the bedroom has never been an issue of course but I want more than fighting and sex. When to say when is the questions of the day.

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Since your fights are bitter and to the bone, I recommend you two see a professional counselor.

You will learn how to fight fairly and that will give you the edge you need to see your way through this problem.

Your partner probably feels as bad about the fight as you do so hopefully he will agree to the counseling.

Meanwhile read these tips on fighting:

Good luck! George

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