Couple fights

Although you might be head over heels in love with your partner, that does not stop them from being able to annoy you every now and again or from you irritating them. When you are around someone 24/7, fights will inevitably start to happen more often. So then, to ensure that you can continue your love story for a long time to come, here are some of the common fights that couples have and what you can do about them. 

  • Technology 

Technology is a major source of conflict for couples in the modern world. Technology can lead people to ignore their partners in favor of their screens, and they may even start to stop spending as much time with them as they were previously. As well as distracting you from what is important, technology can also cause arguments between couples about what they do or don’t post online. The connection between social media and relationships is not always positive, and so you should consider finding ways to limit your tech use and to set tech boundaries between you as a couple. 

  • Money 

However, some fights are timeless, and money has been the catalyst for frustration and anger between couples for centuries. Finance-related conflict can occur when one of you loses their income, if one person is spending more than the other, or if major purchases are not discussed. Then, to develop better money management and to ensure that you are on the same page financially, you should make a financial plan together. You may also consider seeing a financial advisor as a couple who can help to guide you as to the best ways to use and save your money. 

  • Family

Although family can bring great happiness into both of your lives, it is inevitable that your family members will cause conflict between you, especially if one of you puts other family members first or if your family does not agree with your relationship or your decisions as a couple. So then, to prevent conflict between you and your partner over your family, you should try to keep your family separate from the relationship that you have with your partner, ensure that you and your other half can spend time alone together, and offer your partner reassurance if your family upset them.

  • Chores and Cleanliness

Not everything that couples fight about is on the same scale, and many of the disputes that you will have will be petty. Many people end up arguing over chores and tidying around the house, especially if they believe that they do more of the housework or if their partner creates mess wherever they go. Then, you should try to reduce these disagreements by creating a cleaning schedule, employing a cleaner, and investing in ample storage solutions for your home.

  • Time

When you do not spend enough time with your partner, they can quickly become upset or feel distant from you. So then, you should make sure that you give them enough of your time by scheduling evenings together, by sticking to your promises, and by maintaining a good work/life balance.

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