I am the one who always says "I'm sorry" even if it is not my fault



Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I always feel like when me and my boyfriend get into a fight, that I am the one who always says "I'm sorry" even if it is not my fault. How do I but in and say what we really need to work on and make me stop thinking I am always doing something to make him upset.




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The best cure for arguments is communication.

Have a long, loving, trusting, honest talk about the arguing and explain to him how you feel about taking the blame.

Also, when you get into an argument, tell him "you are partly right, but listen to my side of things."

If you can't stop arguing, you should find someone new.

Good luck!
George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com





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