Let’s face it – if you’re around someone enough, especially someone you love, you’re going to butt heads on occasion. It’s important to know that not every little disagreement is the end of the world, nor should it spell the end of a relationship. There are certain classic arguments in particular that couples should almost expect to happen eventually. So, avoid slamming on the panic button or feeling bad about these quarrels that so many lovers will find themselves dealing with.
The Jokes Gone AwrySometimes it’s a comment that was meant to be playful, other times it’s a little prank, but this is like a comedian bombing as the crowd, or in this case, the significant other, doesn’t respond with laughter. Suddenly they’re annoyed, resulting in the joke-maker being annoyed that they’re unable to take a joke, and then suddenly it’s mutual irritation.Can you relate?
Blanket Usage And Bed SpacingSome people are burning hot when they sleep, some like a lot of blankets, some move around a lot, some flail limbs and need space – people have different tendencies when they’re getting Zs. It seems that over a long enough span of time, two people can bank on clashing over comfort at some point, if not semi-regularly.Can you relate?
The Cheating By Watching AheadIf you begin binge watching a TV series together, it’s only right that you continue and finish it together. However, sometimes conflicting schedules present problems and one person decides not to wait for the other, choosing to watch without their companion. It’s a lesser form of betrayal that can lead to some couple’s beef because it’s definitely got a Diet Cheating feel to it.Can you relate?
Playful Contest Turned Heated CompetitionIf there’s a sore loser in the relationship, the decision must be made to let them win so they can not throw a fit, or beat them mercilessly and laugh in the face of their frustration until they learn to take a loss with some dignity. Maybe it’s bowling, perhaps it’s some PlayStation home, but couple competition is all fun and games until it’s not.Can you relate?