“Don’t worry when I fight with you, worry when I stop because it means there’s nothing left for us to fight for” – Unknown
Tiffs in a relationship have always been a mental dilemma trying to figure out; whether it is needed or not, if it is good or bad, if good then to what extent and if bad then how to avoid them. What once seemed to kindle and re-kindle the romance is now beginning to frustrate, infuriate, annoy and irritate. Will this turn into hatred? Why is it that I’m not finding it likeable and romantic anymore? The questions are endless I’m sure. So, what can be done about it? Here is a take on the Squbble Between Couples.
The truth is there is a fine line that separates the lovey dovey tiffs from the aberrant fights. Once you identify this fine line and understand how to maintain a safe distance from it, you can play along.
Even the most perfect couple in an ideal relationship are bound to have tiffs. Yes! It is impossible for any relationship to grow without differences of opinions, misunderstandings and little quarrels. Now, the answer to the title question is: squabbles between couples can be both good and bad. The above mentioned five tenets were discussed to identify ways of turning these misunderstandings and quarrels into romantic and loveable incidents; after all isn’t Love and Romance the pre-dominant factors of any relationship?