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Sometimes, talking things out just isn’t enough. Sometimes agreeing to disagree still leaves you a little bit pissed. Nobody’s perfect. We’d all like to think we handle relationship disputes with grace, patience and dignity but…come on. You’re only human and sometimes, even if you know with your head that your partner doesn’t deserve any nasty behavior from you, your ego does not get the message. Since, of course, the logical thing is to accept the outcome of the fight, you can’t directly say or do anything to upset your partner. You’re “getting along” now. Apparently. You can still, however, get in your little jabs here and there. Here are passive aggressive behaviors you know you’ve been guilty of after a fight.



Going to bed early

You know your partner looks forward to your evening snuggles. Which is why, tonight, you will be feeling “really tired early for some reason” and pretend you didn’t hear him when he said, “Wait up just ten minutes! I want to cuddle.” Nope. Ten minutes later your eye mask and ear plugs are in.




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