The question is whether you fight If you’re going to fight, you want to aim to resolve the source of conflict, not aim to wound the other person.More importantly though: don’t let the anger linger.The only difference is that people who’ve had other relationships have the experience to guide them through the rough patches.
A lot of people will tell you “never go to bed angry”, which isn’t necessarily helpful.
Instead it’s better to never go to bed without reminding each other that you love one another.
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you name it, I’ve heard from someone being afraid of getting tricked into it.
people out there who prey on the inexperience of their partners in order to manipulate and control them.Other times they worry that the more experienced partner is not going to respect them they’ll have never dated anyone before and this means that something’s wrong with them.It’s a classic catch-22; they feel that they can’t get into a relationship because they don’t have the experience, but they can’t get the experience without the relationship. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying that you should enter every relationship with the idea that it’s doomed to failure.A lot of people who write to me with concerns about having never had a relationship before worry about getting caught up in a toxic relationship.They worry that there’s some man or woman out there who’s going to take advantage of their naiveté and lack of experience (and presumably greater desire to date) against them. Other times it’s a fear that they’re going to get suckered into a relationship that they don’t want or aren’t ready for yet – marriage, children, monogamy, polyamorous…Many people – mostly guys, but some women – who write in about looking for their first relationship tend to be worried about the experience difference.