Why do we fight and repent afterwards?

@sjvg1976 (41132)
Delhi, India
May 14, 2023 5:03am CST
One of my sisters had an argument with her husband yesterday to an extent that her father-in-law called us and ask to take her with us. As she is daughter of my maternal uncle who stays 3 hours drive from here, so we took her to our home as we stay nearby them. We thought the things will get better once they spend sometime separately. I don't know if I am right or not. She cried whole night yesterday for what happened and now in the morning she feels she should not have done what she did yesterday. I don't understand why we people fight and repent what they did. Why don't they have a control on themselves?
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@Jenaisle (14079)
• Philippines
14 May 23
She may have done it in the heat of her passion. Everybody deserves a second chance. I hope they would be able to patch up things quickly.
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@sjvg1976 (41132)
• Delhi, India
14 May 23
Hope so they do it at the earliest. We are taking her to her home today.
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@LadyDuck (461194)
• Switzerland
14 May 23
This is human nature, we always have to talk when we are angry. This is something we should never do.
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• United States
14 May 23
Especially us Anna hahaha
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@allknowing (130332)
• India
15 May 23
I hope this will never happen in her life again. But that feeling 'After the storm comes the calm, after the calm comes the sunshine' will happen to her as well, hopefully
@Tampa_girl7 (49348)
• United States
19 May 23
I think that we all have regrets.
@wolfgirl569 (96904)
• Marion, Ohio
14 May 23
Anger can get the best of us. Hope they make up
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@Kandae11 (53814)
14 May 23
Maybe she was provoked, unless she started the quarrel all by herself.
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@AmbiePam (86178)
• United States
14 May 23
I guess human nature takes over people who have not learned patience and self-control. Perhaps people close to them like you can offer them counsel on how to avoid getting into these situations. They really should learn to walk away before things get too heated in their arguments.
@RebeccasFarm (87001)
• United States
14 May 23
It sounds a sticky situation. Do you think it will be okay soon? I am sorry you have to get involved. Is it a new marriage?
@Babino (5761)
• Morocco
14 May 23
I think it’s easier to tell what’s right and what’s wrong when you’re not actually a part of the situation. I hope things go well for her and everything goes back to normal.