The 4 Things It’s Okay To Fight About In Your Relationship

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Fighting with your significant other isn’t always a bad thing, you know. When you spend so much time with another person, you’re bound to clash with each other and have a difference in opinion from time to time. That said, every couple is different but there are certain topics, like the ones mentioned below, that you can count on every couple to have some sort of (healthy) disagreement over at some point in time.


1. Lack of Communication

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How many times have you heard people say that communication is the key to a successful relationship? You’re not alone if your answer is more than you can count.

It’s true, though, and if you and your partner aren’t doing the best job of communicating with each other (and you acknowledge that) then you should both be prepared to have a series of “creative discussions” about your need for better communication. Fighting about how you both need to communicate with each other is communicating better. If you’ve already started the conversation then you’re off to a great start.


2. Immaturity

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If you find yourself in a long-term relationship at a young age, you and your partner are most likely going to go through some things with each other as you both come of age. As a young couple, you’ll realize how easy it is to let your immature tendencies get the better of you, but you’ll also have the opportunity to fight it out and learn from whatever mistakes you both make.


3. Growth

 

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Or lack thereof. At some point, you may feel as though you’re getting ahead in life and your partner is trailing behind you (or vice versa) and that’s okay. It’s important to feel like you’re both growing with one another and, if you don’t currently feel that that’s happening, now would be a good time to sit down and have a chat with each other about where you are now and the future of your relationship.


4. Issues in the Bedroom

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Remember that thing about communication? Well, if you or your partner is not always satisfied after sex, make sure you take a second to “communicate” with each other about what it is that you both want from each other. That includes talking about initiation, how often you have sex and/or what actually pleases you. It may seem a little nerve-racking for the modest, but it’s a conversation that you need to have.

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