Listen to Dr. Welpton’s answer;
Maybe you should start seeing other people. It maybe best for you two.
It would be great to give him or her some time to think.
I had the same experience. I felt like something bad was going to happen so I left him for a few days to clear my head.
There are times when taking a time-out or a cooling down time helps both of you. Usually it helps you shift from feeling energy to thinking energy. Feeling energy is highly personal and focuses on how you are feeling toward one another making your liking each other the highest priority. Thinking energy is rational and focuses on your goal or goals for the relationship. While you are taking a time out it can help to clarify your goal(s) for the relationship.
My best wishes to you.
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My personal experience is that constant arguing does carry something else behind, what seems to be the problems in the first place. The main reason could be as easy as both does feel unsure about being loved; we need those daily doses of touching/huging each other as well as we need to hear those magic words – I love you. From hearts that feels safe and loved there will be no unnecessary quarrels.
I agree with you that knowing you are loved helps stop constant arguing as a way of trying to gain reassurance that you matter to your partner.
In my experience constant arguing often arises from the need to be right. The simple truth is we are right, but we are right for ourselves only. That doesn’t make us right for our partner. They have their own reality just as we have ours. We suffer from a dysfunctional mindset when we believe that loving someone means they will have the same reality as you. After all, we all come from different families with different world views, and we each have our own memories, imaginations, intutions, and ways of reasoning that contribute to each person having his or her own individual reality. We mistakenly believe we see things as they are, when in reality we see things as we are.
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