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How can you cut down arguing in your relationship if you're both outspoken and argumentative people?
It is difficult in many ways but one of the partners should calm down take time out and don't take every little issue to heart certain things can be overlooked. If both partners are outspoken and argumentative one partner should focus on what got them together in the first place than join in the argument take their minds away fro m the problem for a while and get to solve the problem once the anger has disappeared.
You have to decide what makes you happiest. Winning an argument? or Having a successful loving relationship? When two people "in love" each person wants the other to be happy. Ideally you would not marry someone whom you did not agree with on the most important things in life. If this is the case for you then every other thing is "small stuff".
If you can't accept one another's differences then the marriage will never work. People generally don't change their "core being" for anyone. Some couples love to argue and that may be the case for you two. Personally speaking if I were arguing constantly with someone I'd assume I chose the (wrong) mate for myself!
Keep talking, but make the effort to notice positive things and make them the topic of the conversation.
Well, at least one person has to realize that it's okay to shut up once in a while and both have to realize the power of becoming quiet in times of temptation.
In my experience, It's no good arguing with your spouse, I think it's fair to say, that maybe a way to handle it would be to, "agree to disagree", appreciate their point of view and let it go. Always, always show love and kindness, and never to go to bed with anger or bitterness overshadow the whole theme.
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