All you both think about is how much in love you both are. But when the first fight in a relationship kicks in, you learn to think about each others feelings and get to know how your partner reacts in tough situations. It shows you a new side of them and maybe you even learn of a new side about yourself.
Is fighting in the beginning of a relationship normal?
Conflict is absolutely normal in any relationship. In fact, its often evidence of two strong and healthy individuals who are willing to voice their own desires and opinions. But early on in a relationship, especially, two people ought to be enjoying themselves and each other a vast majority of the time.
What do couples normally fight about?
While sex and money are the most “important” things couples get mad at each other for, less important things such as sexual jealousy, hating each others friends, dealing with each others family, and discussing children all factor into things couples say cause the most conflict.
How soon is too soon to fight in a relationship?
Three months is a healthy time period to know each other before the first big fight. Usually couples avoid conflict before that. But if you are already fighting it could be a red flag and a relationship deal-breaker.