Couples Who Don’t fight

I have often wondered If there are real couples who don’t get into clashes with each other; I have also realized that a relationship or marriage without arguments gets boring. Even while you are having the best of times, you argue about everything under the sun.

From my observation and research, I have been able to come up with a list of couples who don’t fight.

  1. Those who are pretentious, full of resentment and liars.
  2. The ones who leave apart or rarely see each other.
  3. Those who mean nothing to each other.

You might have seen couples that look like they don’t engage in conflicts but, the secret is that they do and are superb at it… They have worked on it over time and have developed strategies and armors on how to fight effectively and efficiently without washing their dirty laundry in public.

A strong marriage requires two people who choose to love each other even on those days when they struggle to like each other- DaveWillis.Org

It’s not a fairy tale when you decide to share your time and space with another human, in fact, it could get annoying seeing the same person doing the same thing repeatedly but because of the affection and devotion you have for the other individual, you are willing to make things work out between yourselves.

There will always be arguments from time to time and after you reconcile, the bond gets tighter. What matters most is to ensure you argue constructively by communicating your feelings, thoughts, and opinions in a respectful and mature manner.

Fighting is part of a healthy relationship, but sincere and open communication beats conflict; who says anyone can be happy all the time? Disagreements help you learn something new about each other.

Behind every couple lies two people who have fought hard to overcome all obstacles and interference to be that way. Why? Because it’s what they wanted- Kim George


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26 thoughts on “Couples Who Don’t fight”

  1. You are absolutely spot on! ✌️😃❤

    As you said – “argue constructively by communicating your feelings, thoughts, and opinions in a respectful and mature manner” – This is the KEY for a healthy relationship!

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  2. Regardless of the relationship whether it be marriage, family or whatever, conflicts will occur. It’s part being in a relationship. The key, as you wrote, is how we resolve those conflicts and issues when they arise. Developing healthy strategies to deal with them is the key. People develop strategies, but many times they’re not so positive. Developing healthy ones I think helps to strengthen and further bond the relationship. The word respect comes to mind. Great post.

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  3. It’s what I was asking myself before. You’re right in saying fighting is part of a healthy relationship but must ensure a constructive argument. Wonderful post, Eddaz! 😊❤️

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  4. Conflict is an absolute given when you spend considerable time around another. You can’t agree on everything. There’ll be times where differences need to be settled and compromise made. As long as, as you say, it’s constructive and with an actual end goal in sight, disagreements can be healthy for relationships.

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  5. I’ve been married for 12 years and my husband and I haven’t had a lot of arguments but when we do disagree or have some miscommunications we always strive to follow Colossians 3:12-14 which admonishes us to clothe ourselves with love, compassion, kindness, humility, mildness and patience. Humility is so important when trying to keep the peace and prevent a big explosive fight. It takes work but it’s worth it.

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