(Closed) What do you fight about

posted 8 years ago in Married Life
Post # 3
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249 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

LOL..i know what u mean we always get into some sort of a “fight” on the weekends over who is being more lazy…or me asking him to clean up after himself…or not wanting to go shopping with him.  I GET ALL upset (that is not like me thu only with him TOO much love i guess) and he gets stubborn give us 30mins and we r back to normal 🙂 

He is VEEEERY sensitive so saying anything not nice and i have a sad husband on my hands..then there is the wedding plans (we r married and having our reception this August)  funny thing is we switch places..ex: last week i believed spending too much money on (insert the category) is not a good idea..this week i believe it is and has all the points i made last week 🙂

it is such a big deal at the moment and then few minutes or an hr later it is nothing important 🙂

Post # 4
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1336 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

Time, and how we’re not making the most of it, or lately not making time for us.  We’re still so busy and are adjusting to new commutes and still moving and handling post-wedding things that it’s been hectic.  So we’re both stressed and don’t have enough time for the things we want and it’s def getting to us. 

 

Post # 5
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820 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

We don’t really fight, but we get annoyed at each other, and it’s usually because our personalities are different in one regard and then with that regard, our spending habits differ greatly. I have more of an impulsive personality in general but also with money, and he takes an extreeeemly long time to make decisions, especially when related to money. I get really frustrated because I feel like things never get done on the house, or he’s being cheap or something, and he gets frustrated because he thinks I don’t appreciate the value of money, or how difficult things such as re-doing a bedroom can be. It’s really frustrating, but luckily neither of us are fighters or I could see it being problematic.

Post # 6
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631 posts
Busy bee

I wished we fought about those things!  We fight about harder things (at least in my opinion) like how much money to spend on things and how much time to spend with eachother’s families.  Although mostly we’ve resolved those issues — they just flare up once in a while.

 

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