5 Biggest Reasons For Couple Fights
If you are reading this article, by now you'd be grown up enough to understand that every couple fights. The reasons vary from time to time, but the fighting remains constant. In some ways it becomes a part of life. I'm yet to find a couple that doesn't fight, and I guess it's the same with you. Quarrelling once in a while might actually be healthy, but doing it on a regular basis means that there are issues in your relationship which need sorting out. But we'll make it easier for you by highlighting the 5 major reasons for couple fights.
1. You Are Always On The Phone
While I appreciate the advancement in technology, especially when it comes to the smartphones, there is very little that the gadget has done to improve relationships. Yeah sure it does help in spending long sleepless nights chatting with your girl/guy, but that's about it. In fact, the phone is more of a menace than a boon. With constant email notifications and endless discussions about work or college assignments, it is bound to take its toll on the relationship.
2. Spending Too Much Money
Money matters. End of story. It is quite easy to assume that love is the be all and end all of things. But try maintaining a relationship without a check on your finance, and you'd know what I'm talking about. If you are the splurge extraordinaire then find someone with equally expensive tastes. Women especially become the culprit in such a situation, as their crazy shopping streaks cause a hole in men's pockets, and are the reason for many a fight. Similarly, when men go splurging on gadgets and electronics, women tend to give their piece of mind, which leads to a fight.
3. No Action Between The Sheets
This is a tough one to digest for either one. There is no scale to measure how much sex is enough. It depends from person to person. One person might find it enough, other not so much. And this is where the unsatisfied partner creates conflict knowingly or unknowingly.
4. Not Doing Housework
When you are staying together, it is understandable and expected to help each other in daily chores. The fights over these issues may seem small at first, but over the years it can become the basis for bigger fights. Don't be a couch potato at any cost. Help out your partner with cleaning dishes or laundry, and he/she will be grateful for your efforts.
5. Not Appreciating Your Partner
Everyone craves to hear few good words. Not feeling valued can make even the best of person cranky. The worst part comes when the person has to prove his/her worth. Even a simple "I love you" from time to time can help overcome the underlying tension that's simmering in the relationship.
Now that you know the reasons for couple fights, make sure you think over the points discussed and avoid conflict with your partner. A happier relationship is what you both want, right?