I have a long distant relationship with my boyfriend. We've dated for 3 years and 4 months now. After a year and a half, it seems like we've been arguing about the smallest things and turning them into big arguments. We only get to see each other for around 5 times a year. Maybe that's the problem (not getting to see each other that often.) Can you help me with any ideas on what we can do to stop fighting? Thank you!
Answer: REALationship.com Expert Team:
Hi, I would have to agree with you. You’re starting to fight because you don't see much of each other and it hurts. You have been together for sometime now, if you both love each other you need to talk out your problems and feelings. If you keep it inside, that causes the fights. Let it out in the open and see what works out. Maybe you should try and see each other more, talk more etc. If the fights keep up, it's only going to strain the relationship further. I really respect you and your BF for working through the tough times. Most couples don’t have this type of commitment and would have given up long ago. Good Luck!
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