My boyfriend and I got back together after a heated argument. We did not have sex but we just talked. We realized that we have differences and fight about once or twice a week that spiral out of control. It takes about 1-4 hours to fix it, and reconcile. We have been working on it for over a year, but we need help from a counselor. This time after the argument, I really got mad at him and didn't talk to him for a few days because I felt hurt. He said he was miserable during that time and it was the one of the most awful times he's had. I asked him why he wants to continue dating, and he said, "You're my best friend, and I love you. Let's work out our fighting thing because I want to spend the rest of my mornings and nights with you." Is it healthy that we fight frequently, but still want to make it work? He's fighting for the relationship even if it's going to be a lot of work because he said I'm worth it. I want to make it work. How do you stop fighting constantly? It's really hard, and I'm 28 and he's 33.
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Depends what it's about whether you can fix such a thing, it's not good to find that frequently, arguments or disagreements maybe but heated ones, your age spread is fine but you just may not be compatible not matter what you do, no amount of counseling will fix that. Try going on a vacation together and see if get along during that, if you can't pass that test you'll never be a good couple0