Yes, I would. Arguing that much would definitely take a toll on me and make me feel like the relationship wasn't really working. If that happened in my relationship, I would want to figure out what the main cause of the arguments was and then try to fix it. If it can't be fixed, then maybe reconsider the relationship.
i think it depends sometimes I am just freaking out for no reason! lol hahaha And I need to blame someone. Like right now I wish X was here so I could yell at him for letting me buy an expensive blowdryer haha! No its not his fault and its my money I just blow off on hair stuff. hahah The point is sometimes I stress fight with the world and myself. I wouldn't think its bad I would think I need to calm down. And i need a long nap. haha <3
Yes, probably. I mean, me and my partner bicker about things all the time, but if they were full blown arguments then I'd think we probably didn't get along all that well and I'd wonder whether I really wanted to spend the rest of my life with him.
Yes, I feel like arguments and disagreements are inevitable but usually if you're arguing that often then its saying something about your relationship and there may be an underlying issue that's not brought up.
That's a lot of arguing! I honestly don't understand couples who fight all the time... clearly you have different values and/or don't even like each other so why would you be in that relationship? I've been with my boyfriend for over a year and we haven't gotten into any major fights.. been annoyed with each other a couple times but that's about it and we get over it super quickly.
well, what kind of argument? if it's full on yelling and anger then yea for sure that's a bad sign. but if it's just little tiny bickers (i. e. "old married couple" type behavior haha) i don't think it's a big deal.
I think it depends on what you are arguing about and whether one or the two of you are stressed out. Even best friends argue a lot. It doesn't mean they aren't best friends since the content of their argument could be really silly and trivial.
It is mostly not a good sign though. One would resort to a mature talk first if they really care and don't want to hurt their partner.
What perfect timing! Heck yes, it's a bad sign. In my case, at least. It seems like we can't even talk without him saying something to tick me off--then, of course, it's my fault. Just gotta love love, right? 😒
It depends on what the arguments are over, and how bad they are and how long they last for. Me and and best friend argue more than we are friends, but we don't hold grudges after and they are over such stupid things! x
I have a 90% rule. If we can't get along 90% of the time, then what the fuck are we doing together? Also depends on what you consider arguing. If it's little dumb shit that lasts like two seconds, whatever, but if I have to stop and battle with her for extended periods of time, I just value my free time too much to allow that. I always wonder why these couples that constantly bicker even stay together, you clearly don't really like each other, or at least strongly dislike some important aspect of them.
To me it's a sign that you two might have a passionate relationship, but can't really share each other's deepest feelings, fears, etc. so well. I'd suggest some snuggle therapy, trying to get close to each other and sharing what's on your mind. Guys have a tendency to want to distance themselves in this scenario (wrong move), when they should overcome that urge and move closer.
at least One of you is non-loving, controlling and will only love the other if they change into someone else, so let them go find a better match before going out too far into this ocean, being thrown overboard for them
or it's the only way they can get attention or makeup sex so spend more time with them