Meet and fight all the battles.
Every time you fight your boyfriend for a month from today, let’s think about when and where you fought.
What’s surprising is that you’ll find that there were more days when you lay down in your bed and screamed at the phone than when you met and fought.
There are some reasons why the number of meetings is small, but what is certain is that means such as phone calls and text messages are very insufficient ways to convey each other’s feelings and intentions.
Something angry with the man?
Then run to your boyfriend right away, rather than call and yell or send him a text message from the window that’s hard to read.
Also, if you fully accept your boyfriend’s innermost thoughts by checking his facial expressions, accents, and gestures, there is a nuance that you can’t know without seeing her, no matter how developed her sixth sense is.
Fighting means that they have different opinions about something and are extremely sensitive.
If you don’t understand the other person’s intentions, it will not help you solve any problem, but it will only be exchanging personal insults.
Also, you can have time to organize your thoughts on the way to meeting someone, so when you meet someone, the problem can be solved more easily than you think.
So if you’re going to move from a dialogue conflict to a fight, just declare your operational time and go see your boyfriend.
(You’re not a fool who insists on meeting a boyfriend even if he’s not in a situation to meet him, are you?)
When you fight, you fight, but don’t cheat.
All martial arts have rules. Boxing should not be a kick, judo should not be a direct hit.
If a foul is used against this rule, the player may be penalized and disqualified if the time is due.
The same goes for a fight between lovers. No matter how angry you are, you should not cheat, and if you cheat, the opportunity to narrow each other’s opinions and understand each other will disappear, only hurting each other and speeding up the breakup.
So what is side dish in a fight between lovers?
Once you’ve been hurt, it’s all true.
Representatively speaking, there are people who don’t want to interrupt, talk sarcastically, curse, talk freely, and so on.
There are so many restrictions that I can’t believe how you fight, but I want to ask you. So you’ve been having a wild fight with your loved ones?
As your voices rise and your misunderstandings deepen, you will find yourself using all means to hurt others.
Every time you do that, look directly at who the person you are trying to hurt, not the personality breaker who enjoys your anger, but the person who made love with you.
Just because you’re angry doesn’t mean that you’re going to use evil and irrevocable fouls just because you’re wrong, but you can fight whatever you want.
If you can handle it,
Every action must have a purpose. Do you fight with your loved ones to reduce and understand their friendship?
Or do you blame a loved one and fight to release your love?
If your purpose is the latter, I recommend unilateral notice of separation rather than fighting.
I know you’re angry and want to hurt your feelings, but what you’re trying to say and do before that is to narrow your differences and understand each other.
Shouldn’t we at least think about whether it’s helpful.
Unless what you want is a breakup.
Meet and fight all the battles.