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    How long do you wait to talk to your partner if an argument is happened or one is feeling hurt and ignored ?
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    I can't really say for sure, but so long as you are both less angry and you feel like you won't say something that you may regret. Words can't really be taken back. Talk it out and try to convey how you both feel and work towards betterment. Relationships take time and arguments are inevitable but it's how you go on about life after that matters. Talk it out calmly, listen and respond. Your relationship is unique to others, and sometimes there is never a right answer. Be prepared to compromise and sort things out, while remembering to not give up too much of what you want. It's a subtle balance I think. I hope this helps somewhat and good luck

    If you had a fairly serious argument I'd give it a few hours so both parties can cool off a bit and then have a rational discussion, and if there are any aspects of the relationship you're not happy with, it's better to speak about it sooner rather than later.

    Depends on what it is and how the argument happened, ie face to face, text. If its text, leave it for a few hours as the above poster has said. If face to face, resolve it ASAP
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