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If the latter is the case, take a step back and get mad at the right thing — your job, your family, whatever else is bothering you — and leave your SO out of it.
Speaking calmly and openly after the fight can help you both parse out how you really feel and if the relationship is worth saving."Things can start to feel way worse than they truly are, especially if your relationship is struggling.
So take a second and think about what the fighting is really all about. It could be that you both need to sit down and talk about why your feelings are so easily hurt.
But, typically, the challenges you are facing in your [relationship] are ones that will eventually surface with someone else as well..." noted Lehmann, in an interview with psychotherapist Elisabeth La Motte on Huffington
Sure, you two may differ on a lot of things, and that's OK — it's what makes a relationship fun.
So if break up threats and mean words fly freely during an argument, it may not be worth paying them any attention.