Here are five reasons why fighting can be healthy for your relationship!
1. You Are Allowed to Fight!
Who can you fight with? Can you fight with your boss? Probably not, unless your plan is to resign shortly after! Can you jump into a spat with someone you don’t care for? Intelligent people try to stay away from such brawls as they tend to be a large waste of energy. In short, you can only fight with the people who matter to you! Therefore the conclusion is, if you occasionally (mind it occasionally) get into it with your girl, it shows, you are still going strong! Congratulations!
2. Everybody Get’s Mad Sometimes
When two people from different backgrounds decide to be together, there’s bound to be certain differences and sorting them out is important for moving forward. Now, none of us are Saints. We do have mood swings and in such cases, it’s best not to hold back, but rather embrace the emotional turbulence. Shout out loud (have some pity on your neighbors though) and let it go! You will feel way lighter, and so will your partner.
3. Show Your True Colors, They Look Better on You.
If there is an issue brewing between both of you, ‘facing it’ is the most convenient option. Camouflaging your raw feelings will never bring out any solution. It might create some temporary breathing space but there will remain unresolved tension. Fight once and get it done!
4. Who Doesn’t Like a Stress Reliever
Once in a while, fighting with your girl can act as a great stress reliever. After the duel, when you both come into discussion mode, you will get to learn more about your partner as they open up. With every matured argument, you come closer to her. But please remember the old saying; too much of everything is bad!
5. The Make Up is How to Avoid the Breakup
For a couple, the biggest gift comes when you make up after a fight! Love is hard work, and being able to work through fights is part of the job description. If you gave up on every relationship after the first fight, you would be single for the large majority of your life. If you are continually fighting over the same issue, this is when it becomes unhealthy.