7 Things Never to Do After a Fight with your boyfriend
It is acceptable and fair to have fights, arguments and differences in opinion with your boyfriend every now and then. But there is some amount of unsaid decorum and etiquette that you should maintain in the way you deal with the fight. Here are a few things you should never do after fighting with your boyfriend.
1. Threatening to break up
Be careful about which words come out of your mouth after you fight with your boyfriend. You may call each other names and yell at each other but that doesn’t mean you start threatening your boyfriend to break up. These are the kind of bitter words that will always stay in his mind much after the fight has thawed down. If he looses his mind, he may actually accept your threat and be the one to initiate a break up.
2. Leaving a conversation halfway
A typical scenario that occurs between couples during a fight is that either of them tends to stomp out of the conversation halfway out of anger. While this may be a good way to make a statement and show and your anger, but it can damage your relationship to a great extent. No matter how bitter your fight gets, make sure you give it a closure. Be civil and show basic etiquette of giving each other a chance to talk.
3. Cursing yourself for being in the relationship
One of the things that you should never do after fighting with your boyfriend is to show regret by cursing yourself for being in the relationship. This can hurt your boyfriend and it can wash away all the times that you both have shared. Don’t do or say all those things that you would not want your boyfriend to say or do out of anger.
4. Threatening to hurt yourself
Threatening to hurt yourself is the lamest thing that you can do as a measure of dealing with a fight. By doing this, you will forcefully put your boyfriend in a vulnerable position and he will ask for forgiveness even if he doesn’t want to. This may fill his mind with more hate and disgust. It is important to deal with a situation in a mature way rather than using threats and pressure.