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Arguing in relationships

Is it odd to argue in a relationship? I feel like every relationship I’ve seen and been around, people argue.

Is there such thing as a perfect relationship?

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  1. Just because people argue doesn’t mean they don’t have a “perfect relationship”
    I honestly think that if people don’t argue from time to time it’s because they aren’t talking or communicating

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  2. Actually a lack of arguing can indicate a bigger problem than arguing will. Unless your fights are awfully toxic and abusive then yes there is a problem. But disagreeing and fights are perfectly normal.

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  3. Blane Klack Blane Klack says:

    My partner and I argue from time to time and disagree and its the healthiest relationship I’ve ever had.

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  4. NO…and if you are searching for it…you will search a long time if not forever. Everyone has a different personality and you cant change that. I have likes and dislikes that my spouse does not. We fight and argue and then come to a compromise that we can both live with. It is the way it is. Perfection does not exist. But you can find someone that can come close, but you will still fight and argue because you are still at the end of the day different people with a common goal. We all when we are young want to find the”perfect” relationship….then as we get older and wiser, we understand that nothing is perfect and you just try to find someone who has things in common and build from there.

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  5. Ginny Wiebe Ginny Wiebe says:

    My husband and I have never been in an “argument” like raising our voices and saying mean things. We aren’t perfect of course, but we choose to discuss our concerns/differences respectfully. We really listen to what the other is saying and genuinely try to do better so it doesn’t happen again. It’s maturity, but I think it’s also our personalities together. It just works!

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  6. Normal relationships have arguments,.. it’s how those arguments evolve and are solved that determines if the relationship is healthy or volatile.

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  7. You need to argue every so often

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  8. my wife and I argue all the time and we get along great. We argue about getting a cat, I didn’t want one so we got a cat.

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  9. Arguing is what makes a healthy relationship. If you are not comfortable enough to show all of your emotions and feelings to your partner then that is when it becomes unhealthy and a bad relationship.

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  10. I argue with my husband. But we’ve made it a point to not call names or purposely make each other miserable. I’m wonderfully happy with him and we are best friends. But every couple argues.

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  11. Kathy Rybock Kathy Rybock says:

    Arguing is important. It shows that you have a difference of opinion and are willing to speak up. It’s important to not resort to name calling and saying hurtful things though.
    Not all arguments are big. My significant other and I argue about what we want to make for dinner. Lol
    But no relationship is perfect. If you aren’t arguing about something, then there’s something wrong.

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  12. You wouldn’t be in a relationship if you didn’t have disputes. Two different brains means you have different thoughts and ideas and as long as it’s done with respect and understanding that other people don’t have to share your thoughts, it’s healthy, especially when you can find common ground and empathize with different opinions.

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  13. This is just my opinion…

    In my opinion arguments and fights aren’t necessarily “healthy”, however disagreements with communication and conversation afterwards are.

    To me, a fight or argument implies that it is heavily emotionally charged. A disagreement to me is where all parties involved can express their feelings in a more proactive way with a follow up discussion to “touch base” and sort it out to create a solution or compromise.

    I’ll say it again, that’s just my opinion. I personally think it really depends on how each person interprets the word “fight” or “argument”.

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  14. We don’t argue, we bicker…lol. Healthy. Pent up emotion is never good.

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  15. My partner and I don’t ever really argue in the sense others might think arguing as. Instead one of us will notice the other is acting withdrawn and give them space to feel their emotions. Realizing when they are ready we will come together and work it out. We always do. Even if we don’t agree. We talk about the issues and always come back to love and respect by the end of it.

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  16. Try arguing with lawyers.

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  17. Lisa Fedirko Lisa Fedirko says:

    A perfect relationship consists of an occasional arguments.
    I’ve been with my husband for 25 years. We argue.
    We also make up.
    If there’s no arguing I’d say THAT is weird.

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  18. Randi May Randi May says:

    Uh no it’s normal actually lol. Not every couple does all the time, some argue less, some make you wonder how they’re still together, but no its generally normal.

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  19. Arguing isn’t a sign of imperfection. Nobody will get along all the time every day.

    Disagreements can happen respectfully and make progress in a relationship. If it’s devolving into name calling and verbal abuse, that’s something else entirely.

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  20. Some people just hide it well.

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  21. No relationship is perfect because people aren’t perfect. Every person is flawed, we make mistakes, we have bad days, sometimes we snap when we’re stressed without meaning to, we forget things, the list goes on. But just because relationships (and people) aren’t perfect doesn’t mean they can’t be great! 🙂

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  22. Tim Jacklin Tim Jacklin says:

    the art of arguing is found in the methodology

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  23. I would honestly say that never arguing is a massive lack of communication. You will disagree on things. It is healthy. Yelling and screaming isn’t always healthy, but it is better then pretending nothing is wrong. As time goes on arguing gets easier as you both learn to communicate and know your boundries.

    I have seen relationships fail from never arguing and communicating. Because they do not know how to make the other feel better if they are pretending it is a fairy tale.

    Relationships go up and down. Nothing is perfect.

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  24. Carol Maser Carol Maser says:

    Nope, No perfect one!

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  25. Arguing is healthy in some aspects. Most couples argue

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  26. Marie says:

    ****** There is no such thing as a perfect relationship ******
    If anyone tells you they are in a perfect relationship … they’re lying!

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