All Healthy Relationships Have THIS In Common

If you are wondering what the secret is to a happy and healthy relationship, some experts say it's this one trait. We know that even in the best of couplings, there are disagreements and fights. Fighting is something that can terrify us and (if you're anything like me) we may try to avoid it at all costs. But avoiding just letting it out and having a fight can lead to built up tension and passive aggressive behaviour. So can you guess what the big component is to a sustainable relationship? Fighting. Yes, arguing with your partner has been a proven tactic to maintaining a healthy relationship. There are different types of arguing and some are better than others. Arguments which are open and honest and respectful are the best kind. Expressing your feelings fully, allowing each other to speak and owning up to your mistakes are three important pillars of a good argument. healthy relationship Constant petty fights are unhealthy. Answering questions in fights with phrases like "Whatever" or "Well you should know!" are not open and honest. Fights that do not end in resolution are simply toxic wastes of energy. In order to fight, you must know how to fight right. You must also be able to differentiate between what is healthy, productive arguing and what is bad, closed off arguing. This will help elevate you towards a stronger, more understanding relationship. What are your thoughts on arguing in a relationship? Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_98752" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat snapcode @BodyRockTV[/caption]    

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