What are the main reasons why couples argue?
May 13, 2016 4:37am CST
What are the main reasons why couples argue? The discussions are needed before a couple disagreements, logical between two people, in order to negotiate solutions to problems or express opinions even with different views. The downside is that there are couples who can not argue, do not listen, do not focus on solutions, but blame and defend their respective positions, sometimes aggressively (angry, shouting, ironically ...) and any subject in the there is disagreement, for trivial it is, it is likely to cause destructive discussions where the important thing is to win the other. In general, the political family and education of children are recurrent themes of discussion in couples who come to therapy to improve their relationship. Who usually subsides before the couple, the man or woman? Why? Why do we take the first step costs wing when asking for forgiveness? Who knows
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• Austin, Texas
13 May 16
The reason “couples” - that's two people - argue is because neither one wants to shut up! If a person is heated and can't hear a word you're saying, why fire back at them? That could escalate into an event much worse than just yelling and screaming. Somebody needs to stay cool, calm, and collected. It only takes one to do that. If it's a real problem, do you want to solve the problem or do you just want to fight to prove that you're right? If it's a real problem, fighting with each other won't make it go away.