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Chances are, arguing takes place in every romantic relationship sometimes. However, there are certain arguments with your partner that may mean the end , according to relationship experts. These don't mean that a breakup is guaranteed, but they could mean that one will happen soon. Of course, many relationships can benefit from better communication , such as listening to your partner, really listening, and not avoiding bringing up a topic out of fear it will lead to an argument. Arguments need to be fully dealt with, and this allows the couple to move forward with a fresh slate. While a couple can certainly use an argument as a way of clearing the air and ultimately understanding one another better, sometimes the words that come out of your partner's mouth during a fight are subtle clues that your relationship may be doomed. Little issues can easily turn to big ones, and additional ones, if they're not dealt with from the get-go.
Most of us, whether we are willing to admit it or not, know when the end of a relationship is around the corner and we are falling out of love. The air around the couple is thick with unspoken words, resentment, or even just a complete lack of interest in their partners. I like to call this phase of a relationship breakup the "Impending Doom" phase. However, there's one small, subtle sign that most people miss prior to the "Impending Doom" phase of a relationship. It's a subtle sign that often masquerades as a positive thing. After all, on face value, not arguing seems like a sign that things are starting to get repaired, right? Not quite.
If you really want to set someone off during an argument , just try telling them to calm down. Similar to annoying mid-fight behaviors like eye rolling, groaning and stonewalling , certain words can instantly turn a productive argument into an unproductive scream-fest. Below, therapists reveal the seven phrases you should never utter during an argument with a partner, friend, family member or pretty much anyone, for that matter. However, these statements are often inaccurate e. This move dismisses whatever issue is on the table and goes straight for character assassination. Reilly , marriage and family therapist and author of It Takes One to Tango.
2. That silence is your partner checking out of the relationship.