Is it normal for couples to fight?

Yes It Is!

normal healthy couples fight Because that Is How We establish Our Boundaries.

In fact, it is when you stop fighting that you need to worry.

When you attend  this 45 minute webinar  you will learn how  you and your partner can reduce arguments and fights.

All relationships follow a predictable path and, Because we are all different, disagreements will happen.

When you do fight you have two choices. One will strengthen your relationship, the other will weaken and eventually destroy your relationship.

The trick is to plan for disagreements before they happen  and this webinar shows you how to do that.

Make the right choice.

To make it possible for all participants to engage with the coach the number of attendees is limited.

So, register now and learn how to enjoy an enriched life with fewer fights. 

Video Transcript:

Is It Normal for Couples to Fight? 

Yes, it is reasonable for couples to have arguments and disagreements. In fact, it can make for a happy, healthy relationship because no two people will process life in the same way.

My wife and I got together when we were 16 and within a few months were an item. 

The early years were full of arguments, fights and breakups, but we are still together. When we announced that we were getting married most of our friends didn't think we wouldn't last. 

Well, we're still together today, and one of the reasons that we are is because we fought.

Instead of viewing arguing as a bad thing, psychologists agree that relationship conflict can be healthy because it provides an opportunity to learn about your partner. 

I have heard some couples claim that they have never had a fight or disagreement and, if that's true, they are a rare couple indeed. But, it doesn't necessarily mean that the relationship is healthy. 

For most of us, arguing or fighting is a normal healthy part of life.   

It is how we establish boundaries, express our opinions, and maintain our identity. It is what makes us individuals within a marriage or a committed partnership. 

A healthy marriage is when you have two independent individuals living and enjoying a shared life. One is not entirely dependant on the other. They are a team.

Be assured; it's reasonable to have arguments and disagreements with your partner.

There is no one correct formula when it comes to frequency of conflict, and there isn't a way to navigate conflict that's right for all couples.

 When couples fight, it means they care about the relationship. 

The thing is to fight productively.

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