Would you rather win arguments with your spouse or win their love?
Win their love, always. His love is always worth it. Winning arguments is a mind set. Even if you lose the argument, you win something out of it, in our relationship anyways. We have trade offs more than fights.
In all honesty I'd rather not deal with petty arguments period. If something I could care less about then I'm not going to argue about it. If it something I feel strongly about then we may have to agree to disagree. And if it something that one of needs to change on our (core level) then it's possible we're with the wrong person.
I try not to dictate or boss my mate around because I hate it when someone trys to pull that stuff with me. It's very rare I have an argument with my spouse. And when we do it's not my goal to "win" so much as it is to have my side understood.
I often lose arguments on purpose, not necessarily to win her love but to win a reprieve.
Guess I'm the only a-hole here. I have the love regardless, you only get bragging rights from winning arguments
To me this is what one would phrase, a no-brainer; with me and my better-half I always wish to keep on "winning" her love. Simply put; I am nothing without her love. This is simply or rather enigmalistically a win-win situation...
Love is earned not won. I would rather my husband speak his mind than fake it for the sake of making me feel better. Dissagreements are resovled through communication not giving up your opinion for the sake of the other person. Also the only way an argument is really won is if both people come out feeling better, not just one person.
disagreements happen. its rare that any couple does and believes absolutely everything the other does. it's all in the way its handled.... me n my wife? COMPLETE OPPOSITES... im sour, shes sweet... choco cake n ice cream for her, vanilla for me..... remember i said disagreements instead of arguments... why? because if you cannot sit down and discuss the issue like adults (ESPECIALLY when kids are involved) - you're doing it wrong. Love hides a multitude of Faults - but some faults can EASILY be avoided. ~ Minister Smith aka dJ Kleen (Psalms 51:7 & 10)
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