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    spaz2013 posted:
    fighting is healthy in a relationship as long as it's calm and there are boundaries set on both sides. there is bad fighting or as you said"childish fighting" and there is healthy fighting where there is a solution at the end. our arguments might start off bad for a very short while but we know how to take care of ourselves enough to change that around to make the convo go smoother.
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    elle0317 responded:
    I disagree. Fighting in a calm manner is not fighting. Maybe you need to redefine your definition of fighting.
     
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    fcl responded:
    I agree with Elle. I also want to add that arguments are not necessary to a healthy relationship either. Disagreement and discussion are. I suggest you avoid the fighting and arguing and get down to getting the "convo" to "go smoother" from the start - like mature adults.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    dfromspencer responded:
    The first two responses, especially the second, are the best responses you can get! Therefore; I will withhold my comment to reduce the chance of redundancy!

    Convo? How sweet!


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