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5 Most Common Newlywed Fights and How to Resolve Them

5 Most Common Newlywed Fights and How to Resolve Them
As a newlywed, you want a successful marriage, though getting there can be tough There will be good times and bad, that's all part of the marriage process. We all make mistakes, though some are more common than others.

The early years of marriage are the toughest years of marriage for every couple. Both of them are still in a process of discovering each other, hence the 'newlywed fights' are common in this period, no matter how sweet and loving the couple is. We analysis some of the common conflict reasons of the newly wed couples. Check out-

Dealing with in- laws is definitely stressful and not easy also, especially when you are not their choice or not accepted by his family members. A big trouble lies in learning each other's customs and traditions or ways of accomplishing things. When blueprint of in-laws is vastly diverse from your own, problems do arise.
Couples often hold back their true feelings regarding certain things, in order to avoid fights and arguments in their new relationship. This often leads to the assumption of things, thus gradually to fights.

Having Kids

One partner wants kids and the other doesn't. In this situation, negotiations do not work. No matter what partners negotiate, negotiations do not hold their validity once kids arrive. Children dictate all your decisions.

Financial Matters
Fight is sure when he is a wise spender, and you are an impulsive buyer, or vice versa. Money related fights are a big trouble to early marriage years.

Different Lifestyle
Earlier the two of you were a dating couple, but now you are a married couple, spending days and nights with each other. Both of you need comfort. You want your home to be perfect with well-folded laundry, groceries arranged, and garbage dumped out. If things go undone, this drives you mad and becomes a reason of resentment between the two of you. The problem is that both of you are in-cognizant about each others' living style.

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