The art of war for dating

If something is unclear, ask for clarification in a calm way – screaming, “What’s that supposed to mean?

” at the top of your lungs doesn’t count as asking for clarification, by the way. So take a deep breath before asking your partner to explain a comment or action.

Once you forgive each other, leave all the words, emotions, and tears to the past because they’re no longer needed; you’re moving onto a happier future.

—————————— Remember that you do deserve an amazing relationship full of happiness, but you’re only one half of a pair responsible for creating that love.

If she realizes she should respect the relationship too, then forgive and forget that she tried to use this tactic.

If she continues to try and use the relationship as collateral to win one fight, you’ve got a bright red flag in the relationship.

No, not even if there’s a Great Dishwashing Fight of 2016 should it be brought up again.

Holding onto angry words and past arguments only lets hurt feelings fester.

Set the ground rules during the first fight to only discuss facts during arguments.What it make you is each a unique and individual human being doing the best that you can.Avoid the fights that can be avoided, and keep the tips above in mind for those that can’t.The beginning of a relationship is usually the most exciting phase.Everything you do together is new, and you’re slowly pulling back the mask on the other person, learning who they are on deeper level.

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