Question: Is it normal to fight in the beginning of a relationship?

Conflict is absolutely normal in any relationship. In fact, its often evidence of two strong and healthy individuals who are willing to voice their own desires and opinions. But early on in a relationship, especially, two people ought to be enjoying themselves and each other a vast majority of the time.

Is it normal to argue a lot in the beginning of a relationship?

Arguing with your significant other isnt necessarily unhealthy. Fighting early in a relationship doesnt mean you and your significant other are doomed, but there are some important decisions to make together in the first few months of dating to ensure youre both on the same page.

How long should you be in a relationship before first fight?

Three months is a healthy time period to know each other before the first big fight. Usually couples avoid conflict before that. But if you are already fighting it could be a red flag and a relationship deal-breaker.

Is it normal to fight while dating?

Walfish and Richardson point out, its perfectly normal to argue with your partner, especially if you spend a lot of time together. Remember that arguing becomes more of a concern when there is name-calling, physical abuse or intimidation, emotional abuse, or a desire to hurt each other.

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