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      ESP FOR MARRIED COUPLES!

      What happens when you guys have an argument? How does the other one behave as compared to you, yourself?

      Do you get a say or given the chance to explain your side?

      How does one end the argument?

      Who says sorry first?

      I personally hate arguments with my husband. I hate seeing him upset. It really upsets me! I want to say sorry as much as possible and be the first one to say sorry even if its not my fault. Afterwards, I keep thinking about how much I love him and how much he has done for me and how could I behave like this?

      Have you experienced anything like this?
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      yea just slap em around a few times and tell em to cook a friggin meal..they can say sorry after you have eaten and they have pressed your feet..

      people people.... lets be a little mature here, there should not be plan or strategy in place, just say you are sorry if you need to say you are sorry..

      There is no hard and fast rule on who says sorry first, just say sorry if you need to say sorry.
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      when theres a fight (btwn me and anyone actually) usually i the 1st one to cave in and convince myself that i am completely wrong coz i cant stand to have em angry at me..
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      I almost never ever feel bad after an argument.
      Infact sorta feel relieved. Only time I feel bad is when I have
      said something extremly inappropriate.
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      i think, if the basis of a married couple's relationship is mutual trust, accord, understanding and respect, then there are no reasons for being argumentative. how ever, if and when arguments take place, first off, keep all miscommunication or no communication out of your relationship.

      second, make sure that you can articulate your reasons for being upset and your spouse gets to share her/his reasons for arguments out of the way.

      then, make sure that
      you are able to allow for a sense of affirmation and agreement on the common thoughts and ideas of how to compensate for a cause for the fight that took place.
      make a promise to each other, in all good faith that you will A V O I D and prevent such a cause from taking a toll on your relationship and moods ever again. and even disagree respectfully. finally, no yelling, no weeping, no guilt trips and no curse words.

      end the argumentative arbitration with a smile :>
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      i ain't married yet, but if & when i am, i reckon i won't have too much trouble nutralising a situation as long as were both happy being together, as long as both are reasonable i don't see why arguments have to go so far, the way i look at it, if i'm in the wrong, and she knows i'm in the wrong, then i'd put my hands up to it & she gets to haul me over the coals for it or if she's nice.......she'll forgive me, now if she's in the wrong but won't admit to it, then at the end of the day, she's my wife, i'd tell here she's in the wrong but let her have her way anyway, throw in a little guilt trip here & there & somewhere down the line she'll give in, takes the heat out the argument.
      An example when i was in my mid teens, when my mom would be pissed off with me for doing stupid stuff, she'd shout & curse &even the odd slap now and again, putting the fire out there was easy, a long hug & a simple kiss on her forehead worked everytime...never failed, there was always lingering smoke but the heat of the argument was gone. Like some1 said, it's about communication, for a husband & wife as in a mother/child relationship, love conquers all, as long as at least 1 person in the relationship is willing to put everything aside & be the 'fixer', arguments/rows can be sorted out without too much work................now if either hates the other & argues out of spite then the relationships '_ _ _ ked'..................warning suppliers, note that, that word could read as 'recked'...see it even fits......

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      no arguments. my husband is very nice.

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      You can only say sorry..if you feel you have said something wrong..otherwise..there is no need and there are no rules..it,s whats right...and whats wrong!
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      sometimes you should be willing to say sorry even if you're not in the wrong. it might pacify the other person and make him rethink his attitude. but don't do that if it hardens his attitude and makes him feel in control of the relationship.

      ...that is if you don't want him/her to feel that way.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Amorphous
      no arguments. my husband is very nice.
      my husband is also very nice, thats why i married him.

      but that doesnt mean we dont have any ups and downs, imsunderstandings/disagreements cause arguments and it is a healthy part of a relationship (within limits).

      to not have any arguments in ur relationship shows that one of u mus be really meek while the other is strong, and to be honest i wouldnt like it my hubby always agreed with everything i said.

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      sahar, i totally agree with u...

      just because a couple have the occassional tiff here and there (and sometimes more often than not at all), it doesnt mean that they dont understand one another or there is no communication..

      most of the time, its because one is feeling neglected or unloved, and the other partner is probably feeling the same and hence an argument breaks out.. Alhamdulillah though, we've never had a yelling competition.. we have arguments but we've never actually gone nuts yelling at each other... (im actually conscience that the lil bubz inside me can hear us haha... )

      neways, arguments are healthy... theres nothing wrong with them. But there is a limit... if u think u two have serious problems, then sit down and talk to each other about it... and as people have already said, there is no hard and fast rule about who apologises first....
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      My husband and I don't tend to have yelling and slanging matches except when there's external involvement - usually from my sister in law!

      Sure, we argue, but it'll be about small insignificant things and it's usually over as soon as it starts......

      When we have the HUGe arguments triggered by sister in law interfering, we find it awkward to talk to each other afterwards...I suppose he becomes torn between his sister and his wife!
      BUT....we never go to sleep on an argument...in my opinion thats the worst you could do.....as it could end in a lot of regret.
      And sorry kehneh main koy boohree baat nahi......sorry kehneh sai hum choteh nahee hojateh

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      Wanabe-mum - ur right! There's nothing wrong with saying sorry even if its not your fault! I always do! Just want to make the situation better and move!

      As they say...Forgive and Forget! (if you can)
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      never had any arguments with my husband ... he never forced anything on me either which could lead him or us in arguing or in yelling competition
      couple of times i did refused him to do something simply by saying 'no' ... and he never questioned me again and he was not even upset on me. I did say sorry to him afterwards.
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      I cannot stand when people say ... "we never argue, never fight, my husband is a very nice man"

      I mean whats the dang reason for being so fake.

      Fights, disagreements, arguments, miscommunications are a normal part of any close relationship. As a matter of fact, its healthy to have a little friction here and there, brings people even closer.

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      one thing I hate in the world, if anyone says sorry to me, or I have to sorry to someone. I dont want anyone to be in that state of sorry! me or anyone to me.

      I think people should be more tolerant, understanding and are not depandant on such words.

      but if un knowingly hurt someone then there is no harm in saying sorry regardless whose fault was it. if you feel it say it or jut be sorry.

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      I dont do sorrys much

      I just start talking to him...and show him how he's been unreasonable or to see it from my point of view

      And then once we're talking....it's done with

      He rarely gets angry...but when he does, ITS UGLY

      I on the other always witter on....i never explode, just simmer all the time
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      But hey when he explodes...i usually get a present the next day..so its not all bad
      I buckled, but i didn't break

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