Why You Need To Be Able To Argue In A Relationship

by GuestPoster on December 11, 2010

Arguing, one of the things many people in a loving relationship would rather avoid. You don’t want to be arguing, break up and then having to worry about how to get a boyfriend again. Going through the whole dating thing and trying to avoid the wrong type of guy to find that some one special. However, in reality every long term couple will go through arguments at some point. The important thing is how you handle those arguments.

The thing is, we’re all human. We were all brought up in different ways, and we all have different views on certain situations. Because of this, there will never be any one you’ll one hundred percent agree with. So if you spend a lot of time with some one, sooner or later you’re bound to find some thing you’ll disagree with. This could turn in to an argument if you both have strong conflicting views on the matter. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

Feeling comfortable enough to argue with some one is a good thing. It can show you’ve got a strong enough relationship to say anything you want to each other. Arguing is also good at it allows you to express how you feel over certain situations. Keeping things bottled up is never a good thing, as not only will you feel frustrated about the things that are going on and keeping it to yourself, but at one point you’re bound to snap and bring up all these issues at once. This will make things a lot worse then they could have been, as I’m sure a lot of these things could have been sorted out at the time if they were addressed.

Any couple that want to stand the test of time needs to be able to argue and sort out their arguments effectively. If they can’t do that second part, the relationship’s not really going to work. Happy arguing.

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