This article is aimed at young people who is just starting a relationship. The relationship between you and your significant other is monumentally important. It is an essential social fabric that all of us depend on to make life functional and happy. Our spouse or boy/girl friend is not only a partner but also a collaborator, companion with whom you are starting a family, raising children together and even helping each other's careers or businesses.
It is important to know that when things are not going well at certain moments of the relationship, it's not necessarily anyone's fault. Stay calm and be cool headed for a while, everything will be just fine again. The arguments are harmful and hurting each other's feelings. So, try to avoid any arguments as best as you can. It is not bad thing to have differences in the opinion about certain things but arguing about it is not healthy for the relationship. If there is an issue that you cannot agree with each other, you should bring that issue to the table and calmly and politely discuss about it. From the discussion, you will find an intelligent solution.
For example, young couples are, usually, less experienced in managing money. It can be a sensitive topic and a hard problem to deal with. A lot of arguments can be sparked by this one issue alone. However, there are many ways to defuse this problem by budgeting and prioritizing the spending. Try to contribute ideas and solutions to the problem. Differentiate between wants and needs. Put the needs as the priories and wants as secondary. Focus more on cooperation than differentiation.
Sometimes, you find your loved one tends to say something to you discomforting but the subjects are completely trivial and unimportant. The the way to avoid an argument on this is to make a joke and get over with it. Try to think your loved one as someone you can always respect, understand, forgive and compromise.
Couples can run into jealousy issue if one of the parties is somewhat insecure, or had unpleasant experience in the past. When you have this issue in your relationship, you should always go to the fundamentals of the relationship-that is: do you still love this person that you are with? Do you still trust him or her in your gut feelings. If the answer is yes. Then, you should have no problem to resolve this issue by openly communicating with him/her. Be straightforward and respectful. The other party will understand your concerns and adjust the behavior accordingly. We are all human beings and no one is perfect.