How much fighting is too much fighting in a relatinship?

August 11, 2008 9:04am CST
So well all know that no relationship is perfect and its perfectly healthy to fight every once in a while. But what in your opinion, is too much fighting, possibly to the point it might be damaging. Ive seen alot of couples who fight ALL the time but still love eachother more then ever and refuse to be apart. While others give up, as soon as it gets tough. What in your opinion, do you feel is too much fighting in a relationship? When do you think you should hang onn, or let go?
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@juliefaye (1214)
• Philippines
11 Aug 08
If there is already a physical abuse. A verbal abuse can be tolerated because it is normal in every fight but if one becomes physical and the battered one is always in black in blue, then the relationship must be end. It doesn't show any respect with each other and therefore I cannot say that there is still love if they are now at the end of the rope.
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@suzzy3 (8352)
23 Nov 08
Personally if I argued with my other half all the time I would not consider it a good enviroment for the my son to grow up in or anybody to live in.Violence or verbal abuse is different, get out of it quick is what my advise would be.The odd row is good for the relationship to clear the air,sometimes it is possible to talk things through in an adult manner,out of ear shot of the kids.It depends on what you are fighting about I suppose.It can be what someone outside the relationship says something inlaws for instance or someone else who cannot seem to keep their nose out of your relationship,interferance we found was the worst thing when we first got together,but you learn to not listen or tell them to but out,like I did.