why do people fight so much just after marriage?  

rm_tatsrgood4u 41M
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4/17/2006 2:16 pm

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4/19/2006 6:21 pm

why do people fight so much just after marriage?

i have never fought with my wife,well very few times when she was my gf.now my wife and i fight about everything just to fight.like take for example last night.

we were having a good time out on easter sunday with the fam having a good time when we got home she said will you come help me upstairs i said yes and we went.we got upstairs she said ok this is what i want to do, i want to empty out all your clothes out of your shelves and put the tv ,dvd,vcr,and cable box on them i also want to trow away the tv stand.

now i am thinking,why on earth would she want to do this for one now my clothes have no storage,and now there is more furniture in a small bedroom that is not neccessary so i say honey i dont think this will work do you have any other ideas no she says this is what i want and if you dont want to help then just leave and i will do it.i would love to help but she starts yelling at me so i do what she wants.but now shes pissed,because i wanted info on how she wanted it positioned.so we go back and forth yelling at one another over electronics the she starts crying and leaves the house(can someone say big baby). she comes back like 20 minutes later,all done crying sits down smokes a bone and decides we are ok now and the fight is over.

now we were only married like six months ago and i am already thinking shes gonna leave me what i wanna know is why do women have to fight all the fucking time! let me know your theories,maybe some tips i welcome all.

49AK 56M
1823 posts
4/17/2006 3:52 pm

When I was in grad school, I had a friend that was living with his girlfriend, and they announced that they were getting married. We happened to be sitting in class at the time, and several of us married folks chimed in that the act of getting married makes a tremendous difference in the nature of your relationship.

His response was a total rejection of the premise, at which point I (and several of my married classmates) started laughing, and told him that in no uncertain terms, living together is completely different from being married.

It isn't just that you fight more (or less). Your relationship is different. Get some help before things get out of hand.

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