Sometimes You have to know more than what you SEE.

Philippines
July 4, 2011 3:16am CST
"I believe...that just because two people argue, it doesn't mean they don't love each other. And just because they don't argue,it doesn't mean they do love each other" I encountered this quote and been thinking this holds true. Sometimes people just don't talk but they have something to say. Isn't it? Sometimes people argue and seems to be in total mess but it doesn't mean they don't care about each other anymore. Sometimes, it's those arguments that makes the relationship grows stronger. don't you agree?
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@elmiko (6640)
• United States
5 Jul 11
absolutely, i've known a couple who argue and its their way of getting along. its kind of funny because they are so odd when compared to other couples. you would think they don't like each other at all but they never broke up even once.
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@pahak627 (4200)
• Philippines
5 Jul 11
i agree with the title of your discussion as well as your statement as contained therein. Just a little observation, i don't know if you have also observed within your locality. Some battered wives won't leave their husbands for reasons only they knew. Some even say that arguments and quarrels are present in a healthy relationship. There are mysteries behind a relationship.
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• Philippines
5 Jul 11
Yes, mysteries that only those involved could uncover. And we have no business knowing them. Then again, arguments should be healthy ones, those that would deepen the relationship and not detrimental.
@pahak627 (4200)
• Philippines
27 Sep 15
@chuyins123 That's right. Oh this was a discussion which was made in 2011. I never thought that there are comments that I have not yet replied.
@toniganzon (42802)
• Philippines
5 Jul 11
Whenever i fought with my partner or even just friends, after we patch things up, the relationship gets better. As long as the argument is a healthy one and no throwing of hateful words, it is really very helpful in all kinds of relationship.
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• Philippines
5 Jul 11
Correct! healthy arguments are helpful for our relationships.
• Philippines
4 Jul 11
Yes, I very much agree with you. Sometimes arguement with the one you love is good because you want that person to know your opinion. Also argument is a form of communication that will make your relationship stronger after you settled an argument.
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• Philippines
5 Jul 11
Yes, so long as it's an healthy argument, it would be for better relationship after the argument. God bless.
@Rainegurl (2158)
• Philippines
4 Jul 11
Agree! Hubby and I used to argue almost everyday. I loved him then. Now, I am tired of always arguing and I learned that chiding him in my most reasonable (sweetest too, if possible) voice gets him to understand. And I still love him now. There really is not way of telling what is behind closed doors -- or behind the masks, for that matter.
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• Philippines
4 Jul 11
Yeah, you have to actually know what's in it. I even sometimes find arguing "sweet moments". LOL. At some point and some extent though.
• Philippines
4 Jul 11
hello chuyins, It is natural to have an argument even friends do this It happens because we have different views and characteristics But what important is whatever is it we must settle it as soon as we can Sometimes relationship becomes stronger because of argument as long as they both know how to lower they pride and knows how to listen to each other. happy mylotting
• Philippines
4 Jul 11
Yeah, it's also important to keep in mind that the relationship is more important than winning the argument. :)
@dorannmwin (36695)
• United States
7 Jul 11
Well, in the nine years that my husband and I have been together we've only fought with each other two times. The reason that I think that we don't fight is because we are completely honest with each other at all times. The two times that we have had fights with each other were both over really stupid misunderstandings. With that said, I don't think that people that do tend to fight more often than we do don't love each other because I think that love can share in a variety of very different ways.
• Australia
6 Jul 11
That's right, i understand that statement. I also believe that many people are silenced in a relationship where they have no voice, so why shout? I think that anger and fighting can sometimes indicate the passion between two people, that doesn't mean that they will ever have a happy life together. I guess loving someone isn't always enough. I think that working through a difficult period or situation in a relationship does make the bond stronger, but destroys trust.