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    This is my first relationship of 1 year and a half . Let me give you an example
    Me and my boyfriend can talk on text and not meet up for 7 days a week 4/5 days we argue about something dumb! But if I met him 7days a week which I have done we never argue! When we text we're always arguing when we meet we never argue! Well hardly. This is so confusing why does this happen is this a sign?
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    It's harder to communicate your feelings over text because you can't tell what tone the person is speaking in.
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    It's harder to communicate your feelings over text because you can't tell what tone the person is speaking in.
    Yes I understand , this is just putting me off him and I feel so bad I love him I just don't get why this keeps happening it's making me think I'm in a toxic unhealthy relationship but then when we meet it's so unlikely we argue.
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    Yes I understand , this is just putting me off him and I feel so bad I love him I just don't get why this keeps happening it's making me think I'm in a toxic unhealthy relationship but then when we meet it's so unlikely we argue.
    Having a few arguments here and there is completely normal. It's not toxic or unhealthy - it's fine.
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    Having a few arguments here and there is completely normal. It's not toxic or unhealthy - it's fine.
    How many times is here and there?
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    How many times is here and there?
    There isn't a specific number. Stop overthinking it. You're fine. If you keep fixating over every single little disagreement then it'll never work.
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    There isn't a specific number. Stop overthinking it. You're fine. If you keep fixating over every single little disagreement then it'll never work.
    Sorry it's just annoying me because he is usually always the one to start a argument or disagreement over something so small and stupid. It's just like don't you want to not argue !?
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    Sorry it's just annoying me because he is usually always the one to start a argument or disagreement over something so small and stupid. It's just like don't you want to not argue !?
    Again, he is probably doing it because he can't tell your tone or the tone of the conversation over text. Nobody wants to argue.
 
 
 
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