After misunderstandings, it takes how long for u and your partner to reconcile?

@Harold_ks (1674)
March 28, 2013 9:27am CST
Let's say you and your boyfriend/girlfriend had a love quarrel, it takes how long before you forgive each other and reconcile? Let's say it's not a big issue as cheating or flirting with others, do it needed to take hours or days before you forgive each other? What was your experience? Feel free to share.
5 responses
@Dias14 (178)
• Indonesia
29 Mar 13
Should a problem resolved appropriately and quickly to avoid prolonged and more tapered. Because it certainly is not very good. If me and my partner, if any problems are always resolved quickly and accurately, we speak from heart to heart, said what it was. The point should be there every communication is no problem, especially if we have a long term goal. should be able to resolve the issue without delay.
@Harold_ks (1674)
31 Mar 13
Yes, any problem should be discussed and make solution as quick as possible. Quarrel should not be let hanging for a long time as it will tend to deeper the pain. Good for you and your partner that you are not letting the problem stay longer and resolve it as soon as possible. Thank you for your response. Happy myLotting!
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
28 Mar 13
The most it took us was one day, even when it was a bigger issue (not on par with cheating, but which actually required an evaluation). It is actually nice to know that we love each other more than ourselves, and can say sorry.
@Harold_ks (1674)
30 Mar 13
Saying sorry is really important in a relationship, it doesn't matter who initiates but it should be said. Pride should be swallowed and love should always prevail. Thank you for your response. Happy myLotting!
• Jacksonville, Florida
28 Mar 13
My husband and I have made a pact that we will never go to bed angry with each other. You never know if the other one will wake up the next morning. So, we solve our differences before bed, regardless of what it is. We have always done this and always will. So, it takes hours before we make up.
@Harold_ks (1674)
28 Mar 13
Wow, I actually admire your relationship. That practice is actually sweet and should be done by every couple. We should really always make the most out of the time we spend with our partners, since we don't know what will happen on the next hour or day. Thanks so much for sharing. Happy myLotting!
• United States
31 Mar 13
Usually we make up a few minutes after arguing. The longest it took was about 2 hours for him to text or call and say sorry and he didn't want to fight. But for the most part we go back to normal not long after fighting. I think if it took longer we might not have as good of a relationship as we do now
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
30 Mar 13
As far as I can remember, it only takes just a few minutes then we are again fine. There was just one incident before in College, that I really got pissed off with him that I evaded talking to him for about 3 days. Then on the 4th day, he went to our house and brought me a box of red roses.