There's no getting around it - all couples fight and there are fights all couples have. Common relationship fights, on the plus side, are at least something that unite us all. There are some gripes we can all share when airing grievances about romance over cocktails with our friends. No matter how infatuated you are with your beloved, chances are you and your partner spend a lot of time together. This means squabbles are inevitable, even over seemingly petty matters.
The phrases "I can't read your mind!", "I just want to spend time with you!", and "You always make us late!" are probably all too familiar to most of us. Time, money, punctuality, and communication are often at the roots of arguments all couples have. In fact, your grandparents likely engaged in these kinds of quarrels. In modern times, there's even more to fight about. Is your partner really checking Twitter on their phone again? Do you have a right to peruse their Internet browsing history? What do you think of the image they project of your relationship on social media? From silly fights to actual red flags that indicate incompatibility, to be in love is to argue. As humans are imperfect animals - by nature unable to live in utter harmony 24/7 - the fundamental things apply. Certain brands of disagreement will continue to cause relationship strife - as time goes by.
The good news is that fighting can actually be healthy for relationships, so long as you don't say anything damaging while you're in the throes of anger. Psychologists now say that paying attention to how you fight is more important than avoiding fights altogether. So, have some fun with it and commiserate! Tell us what you and your partner fight about below. Vote up the issues that make you and partner butt heads!
You Don't Feel Like Your Partner Listens
One Of You Takes Their Bad Day Out On The Other
You Feel You're Expected To Be A Mind Reader
You Feel There's No Romance/You're Growing Apart
One Of You Wants More Sex
You Nag Your Partner Continuously - Over Something That Will Never Change