Since we are on the topic, let's go there: what do you fight most about? Sure, it can vary depending on the time of year -- around the holidays, it may be some old family issues, dealing with in-laws and so on, while other times it could be money and finances, while still other times, it could be a kid issue.
So, what do you fight most about? The more I talk to couples, the more I realize every couple has those same two or three things that crop up all of the time, every after year, things that have been around loooong before. Is it one person's tone? It is another person's selfishness? Is it finances, as one person is a spender, while the other is a saver? Is it that his mom is too involved and he won't talk to her about it?
What my husband and I realized a few years in...we will always fight about a few certain things. Things that are in each of our inherent nature and just always will be an eternal point of contention. What could we do about it? Well, we decided that when it came to those issues, we have to have a concentrated effort to remove the emotion from that argument and recognize that there's a level of issue-ness there. Those things still crop up, but most often, now, realizing that the arguments stem from something in our nature just not meshing, we can handle it better, be more on a discussion level...rather than a fight level. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
What do you fight most about?