Arguing in relationships (And 100 Days of Kindness, Day 70)

Today was a tired, sleepy, lazy day. That’s what Sunday’s are for, right? :)

My kindness today: I’m making something for Colin. I can’t tell you what it is because it’s a surprise!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to be dating such an amazing person. He literally is my best friend who I also happen to be in love with. Good thing about this? We have a wonderful relationship. We get along very well – can joke around and make each other laugh like no one else. We have fun together, take care of each other, treat each other with respect, support each other. It’s a pretty good deal. On the other hand, since we’re so close, we both let little things get to us every now and then, which can spark little, unnecessary arguments. These arguments are both pointless and useless!  I’m working on having more patience when it comes to these things.

I’ve read millions of articles in woman’s magazines saying that occasional fighting in a relationship is healthy. In fact, never fighting or arguing in a relationship seems unhealthy, doesn’t it?

Do you have ‘rules’ when it comes to arguing in your relationship? How do you turn arguing/fighting into something productive?

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