When you have a fight with your partner, who takes the initiative for a patch up?
Stepping back from a disagreement is the best approach. To keep a disagreement going while tempers are flying leads to many things being said that should not have. Regardless of who takes the initiative, never go to bed mad.
Almost always my husband; but he is wrong more often than I am :-p
We rarely fight or even argue but I am the one who wants to talk things to death and I think he apologizes just to shut me up! LOL
I do that because whenever my partner gets angry he starts doing things himself. He will cook, make tea, get his clothes. I cannot let him do all this, so I have to initiate the patch up even if I am not wrong
I'm actually in a fight with my boyfriend right now. Typically, it's me. Yes, it's sad. But I'm normally the one who said the harmful words that started the fight because of his reaction to the words. So, I take it upon myself to bring gifts, such as dinner, in an attempt to be forgiven.
Almost always I take the initiative if I'm in the wrong. If I'm not, usually I do the petulant child silent treatment thing until she can't stand it anymore and says to me, "so are we going to talk about this or what?"
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