Is financial difficulties the major reason for couples arguments?
If people don't care about each other they'll have arguments about finance. And if they respect each other and respect wishes of each other they'll find a way to avoid this argument.
Couples usually argue about three things: money, sex, and power--sometimes these overlap. So, yes, people could argue about money if they are having financial difficulties, but I wouldn't say that it was the major reason for arguments.
I think it is difficult not to argue about financial difficulties in a couple. If one party keeps quiet about such things when the other brings this up, then it's a possibility to have peace, else, that is how an argument starts. Financial difficulties can drive people "bonkers", unfortunately.
reason why couples have arguments?
reason for couples arguments
why do couples argue?
say I'm sorry, learn from it and more forward with the relationship--
No one is correct 100% of the time. Say I'm sorry and move on...
Why do people argue? Because that is what married couples do, Some people just like to argue. A difference of opinion is a huge factor. Everyone cannot always be right. Someone has to give in...
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There are a number of reasons couples argue. First, we should note that arguing in a relationship is not necessarily a bad thing. Most couples do it, they just do it in different ways and with different frequency. Some of the more common...
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When Do Couples Argue?
All couples argue from time to time, and it turns out we're all arguing about the same things, such as money and work.
reason for couples arguments?
When money gets tight, a couple may take financial woes out on one another-
Websclubs thank you for sharing your insights. I appreciate the detail and thought put into your answer.
yes without a doubt and number two is kids. Those with plenty of money will disagree
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