Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Me and my girlfriend have been together for almost a year and 2 months and we always fight now. I am 15 and she is 14. We both have a big jealousy problem and i have a short temper. We both say we are gonna fix our problems but it never works and i need help. I want this relationship to work but we are always fighting (about who they were with or what happened at school, did you do this, did you do that, are cheating on me, you dont like the way i dance, and i just like to have fun thats the way i am kind of deals). I want us to work because she is very important to me and i dont know how to fix it. please help me out i cant afford to lose her
Instead of fighting, communicate. This is done by gently and lovingly discussing things instead of getting mad and fighting.
Maybe you should use a verbal clue so that when you feel a fight is happening one or the other can say it and both of you agree to try to be more friendly. Make is some nice word like "buttercups" or "water lilies."
If you don't stop fighting, you will soon be broken up.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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