Most relationships tend to follow certain patterns, whether it’s the restaurant you eat at on date night every other Friday, or who does the dishes while the other takes out the trash. But one of the more unfortunate patterns for couples to develop is having the same old fight over and over again. Usually it’s a fight that has no winner or loser, and you both argue the same side relentlessly, with no clear resolution. Whether it’s an argument about something as simple as them always leaving their dirty dishes in the sink instead of putting them in the dishwasher, or something more serious, it’s probably not worth your energy. This post from She Knows offers some tips to stop having your usual fight week after week, and how to move past your unresolved argument. For example, taking a brief pause before you get into the same argument for the thousandth time can help you avoid it altogether. Taking a breather instead of throwing stones can keep your conversation from quickly turning combative, and avoid rehashing the same points you've both already made multiple times. For more tips on how to get through your arguments, continue reading.
Read the full article here: 4 Ways to Stop Having the Same Old Fight