Adcox believes some victims may have avoided reporting the crimes at first out of embarrassment.
D., a licensed marriage and family therapist and author of . Think twice before blurting out “You’re being a complete idiot” or “This is all your fault” the minute things get heated. Because even if it’s true, placing the blame squarely on your partner’s shoulders won’t resolve the fight.
He forgets a major commitment or she shows up an hour late for the third time and suddenly, instead of kissing, you’re sparring. “I tell couples that their first big fight is actually the real beginning of an intimate love affair,” says Dan Neuharth, Ph.
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“Given enough time, every partner will do things to disappoint or hurt you... It leads to a test of wills and boils down to who’s right, not what’s really wrong,” says Jennifer Komitee, 34, New York, NY. Words like “always” and “never” don’t belong in a first fight, and the minute you introduce them into the conversation you risk polarizing yourselves. Sometimes the best thing you can do in a first fight is to take a moment (or longer) to cool off and collect your thoughts.