5 Things to Never Say During a Fight

5 Things to Never Say During a FightFights are almost guaranteed in a relationship. The two of you won’t see eye to eye all the time and that’s okay; you’re allowed to see things differently.

However, there’s just some lines that you shouldn’t cross. I know sometimes we may want to say things to hurt the other person’s feelings intentionally – which I’m guilty of – but ultimately it’s not the best way to go.

Since arguments can get pretty hot and steamy, it’s best to just walk away from the situation before you say something that you may regret.

Let’s take a look at some things you should never say during a fight…

“My Friends Warned Me About You”

Ooooh ooooh! This is definitely a no no. If you say that, you might as well get out the house because it’s gonna explode.

You’re playing with fire right there and it’s not gonna be pretty. Now your boo is gonna want to know what your friends said about them.

So now not only is your boo mad at you, but they’re mad at your friends as well. Be careful not to let this phrase slip out of your mouth; cleaning it up won’t be so easy.

“It’s Over”

I don’t believe that a breakup should happen during a fight. If it that’s the decision that’s made, it should be made when everyone is cool, calm and collected.

During a fight, people don’t tend to think rationally and they say and do things only because they’re upset at the moment and they don’t really mean what they say.

Don’t let this be you. If you really want to end the relationship, don’t do it during the fight. Take a day or two to think about it when you’ve calmed down. If you still want to break it off, at least you’re doing it with a clear mind.

“You’re Such a (Curse word of choice)”

How good does it feel to call someone a name in the heat of the moment. Pretty good at the moment. However, sometimes it’s just for the moment.

After the argument, you’ll probably feel bad for calling your boo those names and you’ll end up apologizing later anyway.

Try not to call names. Words can hurt and even though you’re saying them to inflict pain in your boo, they may take it a little differently.

You just may take it too far and call them something that’s unforgivable. Save yourself the drama. If you feel like you’re gonna call them something bad, walk away.

“What Did I Ever See In You?”

Well… it’s pretty obvious that you saw something, otherwise you wouldn’t be together. This statement is demeaning and will automatically make your boo feel… well… awful.

You’re basically saying that nothing about them made you want to be with them even though that’s not true. So you’ll definitely want to avoid this statement at all costs.

“I Knew I Should Have Dated (Name)”

This may be the straw that broke the camel’s back. If a heated argument you’re looking for… then this statement is a winner.

Saying this will only enrage your boo and possibly end your relationship on the spot. If you’re not looking for that to happen then you may want to choose your words wisely.

Just imagine how you’d feel if your boo said that to you. It would tear you to pieces. It would make you feel worthless. So remember that before you throw that phrase out there.

In the End

Fighting isn’t fun for anyone and saying hurtful things doesn’t make it better. It just puts fuel to the fire. It might seem like saying mean things will make you feel better but it won’t.

In the end you’ll just end up hurting yourself and your boo. If you feel like the fight is getting too heated, WALK AWAY!

It may seem like a hard thing to do even when they’re saying mean things, but two wrongs don’t make a right and you both will end up hurt. Ultimately it’s not worth it.

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