The debate "You are not supposed to fight your lover" was started by
July 29, 2014, 2:31 pm.
14 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 15 people are on the disagree side.
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It looks like most people are against to this statement.
JohnnieWalker posted 1 argument, desght posted 1 argument, JakobBoghora posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
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JohnnieWalker, BabyT14, skyfrancois_97, desght, Tristanzee, elpablo, JakobBoghora, cavs3223 and 6 visitors agree.
DerpedLocke, sabrina, theQueenofdebate, dgw23, MEATMISSILE01, Sumerian, Jlav0820, SwaggerPoptart, SalonY and 6 visitors disagree.
You are supposed to rape your lover.
Not necessarily. Yes, disagreeing about something and coming to an agreement or deciding to apologize do tend to strengthen bonds. However, fighting usually implies some sort of violence, even if not physical. Yelling, cursing, and the "silent treatment" along with other common tactics aren't necessary to achieve this bond. Calmly talking about the problem without any strong anger from either party and compromising in order to resolve it will do the same thing. Its the admittance of mistakes and the partner being willing to at least try to fix it that creates the bond, no matter how this point is reached.
Expressing conflict with your spouse can foster a stronger relationship.
Join a Dojo or something.