Fighting in relationships and marriages in general can be both a good (healthy) and bad (toxic) thing depending on the nature of it all. Fighting is healthy in relationships when it is rare, and not multiple times a day, for example. And when it is “Fair Fighting”; meaning both people truly listen and accept responsibility for their roles, while at all times preserving respect/consideration for each other. There is a fair amount of things that has to happen and not happen in order for fighting to be “Fair Fighting”. Being constructive versus destructive is paramount in “Fair Fighting”.
Unfortunately, unless we are concertedly taught otherwise, our nature isn’t to fight “fairly”. Being defensive and emotional is how people tend to instinctively react; but these primal instincts mostly exacerbate tension, and rarely conclude with healthy resolutions. ‘Not fighting fairly is indicative of an unhealthy relationship,’ according to some experts. Thus, we will CHop up some aspects of “Fair Fighting” in comparison to unfair fighting…
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