When You Fight for the First Time, You Still Have Chances
Being in a new relationship is scary all by itself, but your first disagreement as a couple can be even scarier. These arguments are never as bad as you think they may be; every couple argues at some point in their relationships.
Couples first arguments are mostly about things that really aren’t that important to begin with. End the argument before it can move any further and say you are sorry for the disagreement between you two. Make a pact with each other to not fight over such minuscule things again, your relationship is worth more than that and it is important to keep uncluttered with all these trivial little spats. Work hard at your relationship with one another and focus on the things that really count not the things that don’t.
Discuss all of your issues you have together in a calm and a rational way, not by screaming or throwing tantrums if things are not going your way. If you are upset over something sit down and talk about it with each other instead of useless arguing that will not solve anything.
If you know that you were wrong regarding a fight you had, then be the better person and take a breath, say you are sorry, that you do not want to fight over it any longer, send them flowers or a card at the office or make them their favorite dishes and serve with a smile and lots of love. Put this argument behind you and hold hands and move toward your future and your happiness together instead of dwelling on the past mistakes you have made.
When each of you are speaking to each other use your listening skills and your understanding, this will help you both see each others sides to the issue at hand and be able to come to a compromise on how to solve this problem as a team and a couple.
Remember all of the positive happy times you have had together in your relationship and the main reason you fell in love with one another in the first place. Once you do this, you won’t be able to stay mad at each other for long at all and fighting won’t even be an option any longer.
Most fights and arguments any couple has is either related to the children, the issue of debt and financial problems, house work not getting done properly, each others career and work habits and sex issues in their relationships.
Make time to spend with one another alone everyday, use this time to talk about your day and communicate to each other about any and all things in your lives. Confide in your loved one about your hopes, fears and your dreams ask them to do the same thing. This will help stop any future arguments or disagreements before they are even started.
Arguments and disagreements are all a part of every person’s relationships be it professional or personal at some time in their life. Learn the right way to handle disagreements and be able to avoid them entirely in the future by respecting the other persons beliefs even if they are not the same as your own, politely tell them that they have their beliefs and you have yours and that is not something to fight over because everyone has that right. Listen carefully and thoroughly, trust in your relationships and your career and always keep communication flowing freely at both ends.