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October 3, 2014
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Depends… it’s impossible for any two people to agree on EVERYTHING so
you’re always going to find SOMETHING to argue about. I don’t think it’s a
question of weather or not arguing is healthy for a relationship. It’s
simply going to happen at some point. The question is weather or not you’re
resolving the arguments in a healthy way. If you’re talking out your issues
and finding solutions together then yes it’s healthy. If you’re yelling at
each other and just finding ways on your own to either ignore the problem
or learn to tolerate it then no it’s not. A relationship is never going to
work out if one or both parties isn’t willing to listen to what the other
person has to say. Like wise it’s not going to work out if one or both
parties isn’t willing to tell the other person that there was even a
problem to begin with. (I’ve actually been in that situation before where I
know something is bothering them but she refuses to talk about it. And then
when it does finally come out it’s nothing but yelling and screaming.)
People really need to learn to calmly discuss what’s wrong not shut each
other out or yell. A calm discussion is the only way to ever work anything
out. You shut people out and problems are just going to build up. You yell
and then the other person fells like you don’t really care what they have
to say. If you talk then you can actually work things out and come to a
compromise that works out for both parties. Why is talking so hard?
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