but doesn't every couple argue or fight? i mean, its common right?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi, my gf and i fought yesterday, and she told me that she wanted to break up. when i asked her why, she told me that it was because we were arguing all the time.. but doesn't every couple argue or fight? i mean, its common right? i kept on talking to her and telling her not to break up, as i still love her very much, and of course she still loves me, it took me quite a while to convince her, she finally agreed. However, she told me that she needed some space apart for a week. This got me thinking that, the problem here may be because she needs her personal space.. but i don't really bug her all the time.. can u tell me whats wrong? Is it really me? how much is too much time together? i've sat down and talked to her about the amount of time we spend together a month ago, and we agreed on something, but now this is happening. help?
Arguing and fighting are common but they are not right.
Too much fighting will ruin any relationship. Since you brought up the subject, you will have to be the one to stop the fighting. Just listen to whatever she has to say and, unless it is very, very important, do not argue with her but instead agree with her or say you see her point of view.
Life is too short to spend it fighting. You only get one go around on this earth so why not spend it in mutual joy instead of dissatisfaction? It takes a brave person to resist the temptation to fight instead of agree.
Why don't you be that brave person and things will improve for you!
-- from George
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