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Sari Young
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Sari Young

This is true to a point. Excessive fighting can be a sign of an extremely unhealthy relationship and possibly abusive.

Rapelang M Kesitegile
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Rapelang M Kesitegile

Fighting here doesn’t literally mean people will beating each other. Lovers do argue a lot and sometimes you end up sleeping in a separate bed or room but at the end someone has to go back and apologise that’s true love.

Chelsea Gillott
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Chelsea Gillott

Kalem Scotland that why i love you more that make us successful relationship babe that why you going be my hubsand soon as i never had like this other relationship before i love you xxxxxxxx

Plater Essence
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Plater Essence

Dumb. Why does this toxic relationship advice keep getting circulated? If this is truly people’s ideas of a successful relationship I am staying single forever.

Krista Chavez
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Krista Chavez

I call bs! Because you can do that for someone for those reasons and they can turn around and take it completely different being that it’s everything for the wrong reasons other than love!

Elizabeth Diane Davis
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Elizabeth Diane Davis

That’s not one bit true!!! My husband and I never fight, we may disagree from time to time but we never fight so hard that it makes us angry towards one another

Ari Dubord
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Ari Dubord

This is the most ridiculous crap I’ve ever read! “I love you so much I’m going to fight with you all the time because that will bring you joy” gtfoh

Angeline Caza
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Angeline Caza

Umm, my husband and I have yet to have a fight and we love each other like crazy. Fighting only occurs when you’re butting heads. We have no reason to argue. We communicate with each other and bounce ideas off each other and surprise each other with gifts for no other reason than we love each other.

Randy Robinson
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Randy Robinson

what are you 2 , when you stop fighting ,means you are handling things like an adult . And agreeing to disagreeing on stupid shit

Jennifer Parra
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Jennifer Parra

Bullshit ??? some youngster is gonna read this and for them it will justify staying in a toxic relationship…

Lluvia Drennan
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Lluvia Drennan

Lol no is not!
Plus who the hell wanna be with someone – arguing the whole time?
This is what’s wrong w the world…

Jason Brown
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Jason Brown

I disagree. Fighting should be minimal and the motivation for fighting should be the other person’s best interests and/or the willingness to keep the relationship together. If you’re fighting for any other reason as often as and every other day, then you may need to sit down by yourself and figure a few things out.

Jen Ramos
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Jen Ramos

lol… it sounded like they r just being spoiled? talking is the best way to understand each other…not fighting….im just saying ☺️ what u think papa? Lance Orosco

Jayna Marie
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Jayna Marie

Pate Futch I like this cause we fight like crazy sometimes but it’s honestly cause we care so much! I’m glad that we call each other out on our stuff!! I love our crazy relationship!! I love our crazy love for one another it like no relationship I’ve ever been in!! Guess that’s why your my husband

Rhonda Jo
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Rhonda Jo

Bullshit. That’s the most ridiculous statement ever! It can also mean they are petty and care more about being right than the other person’s feelings. It can also mean they have no respect for each other. It can mean they are selfish. Insecure. Inconsiderate. Teaching young people that fighting means they are much more in love is careless and dangerous.

Megan Christine Smith
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Megan Christine Smith

False, the happiest relationship I’ve ever had is with the person who understands me the most. Fighting isn’t a part of us.

Scott Seguin
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Scott Seguin

Explain that one to my ex. According to her group of survivors real love should never have a disagreement or argument which is total b******* and that’s why these women stay single their whole lives and die alone

Alexis A. Sommerio
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Alexis A. Sommerio

Love does not equate to war. It’s the exact opposite. Disagreements/ Difference of opinions but consistent fighting is a sign of a bad match. That’s just common sense. This post sounds like someone trying to justify an abusive relationship smdh

Illana Berman
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Illana Berman

I usually really like the advice on your page. Not this time. Fighting is being at war. No one listens. It is a toxic horrible place to be. Good relationships can not withstand constant fighting. If you’re part of a couple who fights a lot, get help or get out. Love is not a battlefield.

Leslie Gabardi-Seward
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Leslie Gabardi-Seward

Dumbest thing ever. This is what people say when they are trying to justify their toxic relationship.

Trista Miller
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Trista Miller

I don’t think this is true to a point. Repeated fighting can be unhealthy for the relationship. Discussing issues without the need of argument is my opinion.

Ashley Clews
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Ashley Clews

I haven’t been in a relationship in so many years I don’t even know what I would be belike now, if I did date again, and met someone I decided to be in an exclusive relationship with again….people posying about marriage and babies…..I am still just trying to get healthy and get to sleep when need to n awake n not in such pain all day long so can work againn gym again nmake friends n date again…..like meeting someone I actually wanted to be in a relationship wit n that guy feeling the same way n us making it… Read more »

Sherry Stanton
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Sherry Stanton

I think that depends on age and/or life experience. When you reach a certain age you pick your battles and they are positive discussions not degradatory in nature. Imagine how much more empowering that conversation could be. No need to fight. Seriously?

Ronald Reedy
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Ronald Reedy

The post is true but the words used are a poor choice.
1st. If you care about someone you do not fight you have a disagreement and then you come together to work on the issue togather.
2nd. Never take that disagreement to bed with you because you will only wake the next day with that disagreement between you and your mate.
3rd. You should be open and grown up enough to take criticism and then work on that together.
THAT A RELATIONSHIP!

Danielle Vasquez
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Danielle Vasquez

Wrong, #MyMarine and I are adults and don’t fight. If we disagree on something we talk it out, never “fight about it”