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Reasons for Fights and How to Avoid Them

November 16, 2012
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In a relationship, a fight is a common sight. It happens in all relationships. It may happen more in one relationship, and less in the other, but it is bound to happen. No two partners are perfectly compatible. This means, that no two people will find everything about the other perfect, and can put up with it. Also, even if they do, there are unexpected situations as well, such as misunderstandings, etc. which are really out of the control of the people. The fights really make the relationship sour, and it brings about a period of foul mood, sadness, and what not. All in all, it’s not a very desirable stage of a relationship. It does have an advantage though. It makes the relationship stronger. But, a fight once in a long while is okay. It is certainly not fine if they keep happening all the time. Hence, it’s best to avoid fights. Of course, you cannot avoid all the fights that may happen in a relationship, and maybe you should not. But it will really help if you can avoid the common fights that cause problems in a relationship. When you avoid these fights, it makes your relationship much more stable and comfortable, and your bond grows stronger. So avoid the common relationship problems that we’ve mentioned below –

  1. Trust – A seed of distrust in a relationship can destroy the entire relationship. It can go to the extent of giving you anxiety and obsessive-compulsive issues. Once you start distrusting your partner, you’ll go crazy trying to surprise them here and there, trying to catch them. In the process, you’ll only make a fool out of yourself, and your partner. It can happen the other way around as well. Hence, always do things that makes your partner trust you. Maintain a little bit of a distance with your other friends of the opposite gender. As with you, try to trust your partner all the time. If your partner betrays you, it’s their loss. In any case, by spying on them you cannot prevent them from going away. Hence, it’s better to relax and be happy.
  2. Jealousy – It’s slightly important to maintain a little bit of a distance with friends of the opposite sex once you’re in a relationship. This is because there is a lot of scope for jealousy and it will lead to unnecessary fights and arguments. Try to understand that your partner is feeling a little insecure, and it is entirely natural. Perhaps you would as well, and hence don’t crib about it. Maybe another way to deal with it is to make them both friends, so that your partner begins trusting your friend more.
  3. Misunderstandings – Misunderstandings are usually unavoidable. But you can do things from letting that misunderstanding wreak havoc in the relationship. When the misunderstanding continues, it becomes bigger. Hence it’s always better to nip it in the bud. Whenever a small misunderstanding occurs, it is always the best to sit down and talk it over, before it becomes huge and causes problems with you.

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