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Is financial difficulties the major reason for couples arguments?

  1. wordsscriber profile image59
    wordsscriberposted 7 years ago

    Is financial difficulties the major reason for couples arguments?

  2. profile image0
    miolunaposted 7 years ago

    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.

  3. minnow profile image69
    minnowposted 7 years ago

    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.

  4. telltale profile image75
    telltaleposted 7 years ago

    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.

  5. websclubs profile image52
    websclubsposted 7 years ago

    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...
    see: http://www.reference.com/motif/Referenc … -couple...

    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...
    see: http://www.webanswers.com/relationships … -dating...
    Couples in Love Argue
    arguing is a necessary building block for any relationship--

    Rules for Couples That Argue
    Top Reasons Couples Argue
    Husband and Wife Arguing
    experience with the opposite sex that some people can go for years and not argue and then again, some people seem to get off on agreeing ...

    Relationships Arguing

    Do all couples argue?
    That depends on what you mean by "argue" in my relationship ... we got along nearly perfect. We only had small arguments here or there but they were usually resolved within a few minutes of them starting...
    see: http://www.enotalone.com/forum/showthread.php?t=279208

    Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship
    If you argue over small things every two or three days, there's likely a deeper issue you two need to address...
    Signs of Cheating Boyfriend
    When Do Couples Argue?
    When couples argue they generally argue on topics that are mainly related to Money, Work, Children, Housework and Sex. According to a study that was carried out in the United States of America, about 70 per cent of all couples, generally ...
    see: http://www.blurtit.com/q555978.html

    What do couples argue about ?
    What Are the Most Common Reasons Couples Argue?
    How often do most couples argue?
    How often should couples argue?
    When you see other couples argue does it make you glad your singl...?
    Do all couples argue?
    When Do Couples Argue?

    Stop Arguing
    All couples argue from time to time, and it turns out we're all arguing about the same things, such as money and work.
    see: http://www.chacha.com/question/why-do-couples-argue


    reason for couples arguments?
    When money gets tight, a couple may take financial woes out on one another-

  6. wordsscriber profile image59
    wordsscriberposted 7 years ago

    Websclubs thank you for sharing your insights.  I appreciate the detail and thought put into your answer.

  7. profile image60
    ristacposted 7 years ago

    yes without a doubt and number two is kids. Those with plenty of money will disagree

 
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