Some couples just argue and it's part of their personalities and their marriages can often be successful although it's unnerving to those around them. Some couples simply feed off each other and constantly have to have chaos in their lives. It's a "high." It's like some executives in Corporations that get a "high" out of making deals and I've bumped into these types often. It's a game.
I have a brother-in-law and sister-in-law that are constantly fighting (always have.) Even their 2 kids in their late teens have told them to grow up. However, the family and their friends know this is their personalities and no matter how much they argue they really do love each other. They have been married for 34 years. I don't get it either (lots of energy being lost there) but each to their own.
MarcyAnswerThey love each other and that's how they've always been together.They are probably scared of losing each other and used to the arguing by now...They don't take the arguments seriously. AnswerAre kids involved? AnswerThere are feelings obviously. Maybe they communicate by the way of fighting. People are different. And who knows, maybe the making up is what they do best!
- the destination
Where to go and what to do.
Money, as always.
Like a newlywed couple. So, yes.
What to buy here.
If Her Mum Can Come Or Not.:D
A couple might argue about planning a vacation is because of beliefs. Is it where I would feel like we're on vacation? Is it nice? Is it safe? Safe for the children? And they might argue because of the face one's a bout and the other's a girl. We all have different opinions.
How much to spend on it.
where to go. when to go.what their going to do there.
something that a couple will argue over when planning a vacation is obviously where to go, and how they'll get there. (car, airplane, bus, etc where to go and the amoutn of money they have compared to the cost
* Every couple is different so it is difficult to give an accurate percentage of how often an average married couple would argue. Some couples may get into an argument just a few times a year, while others go to the opposite end of the spectrum and argue for the sake of arguing on an every day basis, but it doesn't mean they do not love their spouse.
Naomy Anderson says that they might argue over the cost or were they want to goActivities...
usually couples argue about how much things will cost is it five stars and ohhh the old suitcase thing is it carry on where is my toothbrush ect...
where to go, how to go, when to go.
How much everything costs.
weather to go first class or not.
The amount of money being spent on unnecessary stuff
Destination Hotel to pick