Relationships are beautiful, especially the romantic ones. It’s amazing how another person keeps you in front of themselves in all terms of life. But we do know that it’s not always hunky-dory when it comes to relationships. And this is for obvious reasons, you see, there are two individuals involved here, who have different interests, different ways of viewing and experiencing life, but they want to do it together. They do it because they love each other.
So, what do you do when you have issues or disagreements with your partner over a particular thing? Do you just let your partner take home the winning trophy by stepping back in the argument? If you’re doing it, then let us tell you that you’re creating more problems for both of you. You cannot ignore a disagreement in a relationship. Ignoring it will lead you to resent your partner in the long run, it can even lead you to end the relationship, once and for all.
It’s important to argue and make your points of view clear to your partner. If you won’t argue, it’s going to lead to miscommunications. And an argument can be healthy too, right? A healthy argument will help your partner and you become more compatible. Here’s a list of reasons as to why arguing is beneficial for a relationship. All you couples out there, pay heed and get your defense mechanism strong.
1. Arguing Allows Your Partner To Understand Your Needs
If you are someone who’s been in more than one relationship, then you know that no matter how much you love your partner, you’re bound to have arguments with them. And all the arguments would have been different in all the relationships. All of the arguments come in different shapes and sizes. Arguments help, because no matter what the topic of the argument is while arguing you tend to get rid of all the bottled-up feelings and keep it there on the table. You end up communicating about your frustrations and your needs to your partner which is very essential. Trust us, it’s in that heated moment that we can communicate without any inhibitions.
2. Arguing Helps You To Understand Your Partner’s Hidden Emotions
Your partner and you must have started arguing about something silly. But halfway through it, you notice that your partner ended up talking about some serious problems that they were facing, and you just weren’t aware of them. An argument is the safest way to get to the real issues that your partner must be facing with you or with anybody else in their life. You will learn about the ways your partner has been handling his/her problems without you. Arguments will test your compatibility levels and will even help you fix the loopholes if any exist. Your conflicts get resolved at the end of the day if you handle your arguments in a way that it isn’t extremely defensive or offensive to your partner.
3. Arguing Will Help Your Partner And You Grow
You might think that it’s best to not argue in the short term and cool down a heated situation. But, it’s going to feel even more urgent the next time there’s a disagreement between the two of you. Your partner or you might remember the previous issue and put it forth again which will only worsen the already heated up argument. Therefore, it’s the ideal practice to solve an issue as soon as it sprouts up. On the journey of solving the issue, you both will grow as a couple. You will know what it takes to calm down your partner and vice versa. Trust us, it’s the flaws that bring two souls closer. When you accept your partner with his/her flaws then you start growing together.
4.Arguing Will Avoid Divorce
Haven’t you seen couples argue and fight it out like it was the world war? Have you seen them the same way the next day? If yes, then it indicates that they haven’t really resolved issues. This is what ideally happens during amateur arguments — an argument is not resolved which becomes a disagreement, the disagreements keep piling up until one of the parties loses their cool and initiates a conversation. And when they talk, they do so in the most disrespectful manner which is bound to hurt the other person. And if you still don’t resolve the issue, it turns into a pattern which keeps repeating itself. As a result, love suddenly turns into dislike and uncoupling of the couple. Arguing in the right manner without putting each other down and talking about the matter of the problem is what it takes to solve all issues.
If all this sounded a little overwhelming, let us put it in simpler words — if you both love each other, resolve your issues as soon as they arise. Don’t hesitate to do so just because you fear it will lead to an argument. It’s the argument that will help you reach solutions. Trust us. So will you argue your way out to a beautiful relationship or not? Let us know in the comments below.
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