Phrases in a relationship that can create Conflict!

Kaetlyn Summers Posted 2 years ago
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It's a well-known fact that people need people. Forming relationships is a primitive trait and no matter what, even if you're an introvert, you're bound to form at least one relationship throughout your life. No one is completely shut-off from the rest of the world.

There are some days when all we want is to be locked up in our rooms, all alone and just think about stuff, but you will have to come out sooner or later and talk about what you thought to someone. Now, if you think about it, a relationship is a fragile thing. Whether they're your best friends or whether it's your partner, there are certain things which you can't say to them or there might be conflicts.

1- "You know I love you, right? But..."

But? But, what? Why is there even a 'but' at the end of that sentence? Honestly, if you disagree with something I said or if you disapprove of something, do not begin your statement in such a diplomatic way when you're just going to bring me down later on.

Truth be told, it's nice to hear that first part of the sentence and it's also fine to hear the second part of the sentence because it's alright to disagree with someone. However, hearing these two parts together in the form of one sentence might just not be the right thing to say.

When you want to disagree, don't act diplomatic. Just say it like it is otherwise even if you're saying something for someone's betterment, it won't be considered since you masked it in a way to show that you'd be fine with it. *Continue reading on next page*