Parents have been fighting a lot

@mydanods (6759)
Nigeria
March 14, 2018 4:58am CST
What advice would you give to someone whose parents have been fighting a lot? He says they are now fighting over everything in their lives. Recently they fought because one of the sisters brought her boyfriend home. Even the meals the mother cooks for which nothing is said before now makes them fight.
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@nela13 (6912)
• Portugal
14 Mar
If parents are always fighting it isn't good at all for the family, they should talk each other and try to solve things in a pacific way.
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
That's true but when they have been fighting how can they talk to each other again? They already have bad blood between themselves. Would it be wise for me to intervene?
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@nela13 (6912)
• Portugal
14 Mar
@mydanods Do you think children can be in danger?
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
@nela13 I think so. They can be scared emotionally.
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@fei1125 (611)
• Chengde, China
14 Mar
Maybe it is the way they are for living.
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
If that is how they want to live, they should think about the effect on their children.
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@fei1125 (611)
• Chengde, China
14 Mar
@mydanods Maybe they did not realize this
@fei1125 (611)
• Chengde, China
14 Mar
@mydanods BUT Parents always love their kids.
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@ridingbet (52821)
• Philippines
14 Mar
can't they just stop fighting for a while?
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
They fight all the time for even the littlest, insignificant thing. The little boy reported to me. I wonder what to say to him.
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@ridingbet (52821)
• Philippines
16 Mar
@mydanods if it is disadvantageous to the kids and there is no more love between the 2 of them, i guess a divorce is the last possible option
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
16 Mar
@ridingbet We don't divorce so easily here. Couples try to resolve their problems and if they can't, they involve the extended family.
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• Cuddalore, India
14 Mar
That's a big mistake .You should inform your family before bringing your boyfriend to your home
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
That is the truth. What can we say to help the young man?
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• Cuddalore, India
14 Mar
@mydanods I can't understand
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@JudyEv (123169)
• Bunbury, Australia
14 Mar
This is very sad. It is hard to give any advice that would help.
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
15 Mar
I have not been able to come up with one myself.
• Philippines
14 Mar
That's their life, that's part of marriage anyways. Which is something I hate and not sure I want to experience.
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@mydanods (6759)
• Nigeria
14 Mar
It's something I also hate. The young man wants me to intervene. Should I?