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8 Signs Your Fights May Spell Trouble for Your Relationship

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All couples fight. Disagreements are a normal part of two people navigating a relationship together, and if done right, fights can actually bring couples closer together once all is said and done. For some couples, however, fighting may signify a much bigger problem. So, how do you know if your fights are normal or giant red flags pointing to disaster ahead? Below are the top eight warning signs that your fights may mean trouble for your relationship!

8. They Happen More Frequently

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All couples fight occasionally, but if the two of you seem to fight constantly over every little thing, bigger issues may be at play. When arguing gets to the point where you can’t ask him to grab milk on his way home without an ensuing screaming match, you may want to call a truce long enough to sit down together and discuss whether anyone is really happy in the relationship and whether you two might not be better off apart.

7. One (or Both) of You is Keeping Score

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Keeping mental score of who has “won” and lost previous arguments or bringing past fights into a current one are big, glaring warning signs that something is definitely not working in your relationship. While arguing is never pleasant, healthy couples are able to turn disagreements into a chance to work through differences, and fighting is never viewed as an opportunity beat the other person or come out the “winner” in the end. If that’s where either of your heads are at, spending a little time apart may be long overdue.

6. You Avoid Each Other to Avoid Fighting

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Does the mere sight of your partner’s face irritate you these days? Does everything he says cause you to cringe a little inside? Do you find yourself looking for any excuse to stay away from him? Those aren’t normal feelings in a healthy relationship and definitely signal big trouble between the two of you. Avoiding each other to avoid a fight is no better for your relationship than actual fighting, and may even be worse in the long-run. As much as you’d like to avoid the impending verbal brawl, spend some time talking things out with him to see if the issues between you can be resolved peacefully. If not, it may be time to cut your losses and move on.

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