All relationships have fights. It would be a problem if one didn’t, ‘because that would mean that the people in it don’t care for each other. What’s important is that you should learn to adjust and deal with the cause of conflict.
Each one of us insists that what we think is correct, and usually don’t even consider other people’s point of views. People are born to think that they are right in whatever they choose to say or do. This is known as “pride.” Naturally, pride takes over and prevents us from admitting that we’re wrong, even if we realise that we really are. Ego and pride are two things which can be very damaging to the other person.
Just to prove that we’re right, we end up hurting someone else. So before letting your ego talk, stop and think if it’s really worth fighting for. Yeah, it’s important to put across what you think, but it’s not important to impose that on someone.
If you want to fight, fight fair. Admit it when you’re wrong, but don’t put down the other person if they’re wrong.
What matters most is, the making up part. A fight is a fight when it ends. If it goes on, it just becomes a grudge.
Fighting with someone shows that you care enough to notice that they screwed up and care enough to mention it. Making up after a fight means you focus more on working out things with the person.
Giving someone a chance to correct their mistake is loving someone enough despite knowing the differences, so the way I see it is, follow your heart not you head. Anyone can infect your brain, with their own ideas of what is wrong and right, this is when your heart, screams at you.
I constantly am at battle with my head and heart. Somehow though my heart screams louder than my head.
And even when I’m determined not to listen, my heart always wins, I guess that’s why Im still here blogging, why I’m still fighting my own battle and still fighting for what I believe in the most, LOVE.
It’s worth fighting for, no matter how painful it is.
I guess one day I may just get sick of it and just turn and walk away, give up fighting, trust me, there are many days, I’ve been so close, but a battle deep inside my soul, won’t let me.
I guess something somewhere is crying out to me not to give up.