All couples argue and fight. There is no exact science to determine how many arguments and fights are too many. According to experts, fighting can be a good sign for a relationship. It shows people still care. If the fighting stops altogether it probably means the couple has "checked out" of the relationship. Arguments can actually be productive and healthy if you set some limits. Here's what the experts say:
1. Fight Fair-No name calling or personal attacks
2. Finish your fights-try to resolve the problem and then make up with intimacy. Fighting over the same issue over and over is a big problem.
3. Feeling threatened is no good. If any fight makes you feel physically or emotionally unsafe then there is a problem.
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