Love Wars: Is Fighting Ever a GOOD Thing For a Relationship?

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Fight Fair

When going at it in the heat of an argument, it’s easy for the spat to shift away from the issue at hand and get very personal. If you feel your blood boiling and you can’t control your tongue, walk away until you can disagree in a respectful way. There should be no name calling, pushing buttons, hitting below the belt or shots fired. When you do those things, not only do you have to deal with what you’re actually arguing about, but now you have to carry the burden of hurting someone’s feelings. Words, once uttered, cannot be taken back…and the bruised feelings left behind may take a long time to heal. When you truly care for someone, you should be able to state your case or disagree without making someone else feel small or unloved. Watch your mouth.

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