Before April, we only got into 2 serious fights, but now it's about such stupid things

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Well me and my boyfriend have been together for 7 months today. And since April 1st, we have been fighting constantly. Not usually everyday but about every other day. Before April, we only got into 2 serious fights, but now it's about such stupid things. Like if I say something mean or if he is being mean, and I can't take it anymore. He's my frist real love, and today we were together and we were snapping at each other but we stopped. Then after I went home we started fighting more. He kept hanging up on me, signing offline, and when I asked him if he wanted to still be together, he said "I don't know anymore I just can't take everything anymore." But then he said he wasn't dumping me. But lately, both of us have been really pissy toward each other and we can't figure out why. Please help me I don't wanna loose him. He's my everything. =( Advice
If the fights are over stupid things, then one of you has to just say to the other "you are right."

You could even take turns!

Whenever something important comes up, you need to have gentle, courteous, loving, honest and trustful conversations to see if you can come to an understanding.

Don't let fighting rule your life or you may discover that it becomes a habit and makes your life very difficult in the future. Learning how to fight fair is a valuable characterstic for any coupld to have.

Good luck!

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