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I tend to withdraw most of the time
lovelywings lovelywings 31-35, F 16 Answers Feb 7, 2013 in Dating & Relationships

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we tend to compromise or come to some kind of agreement. No point in fighting or withdrawing. It doesn't work in the long run.

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No talking. Only politeness. I sit here and read a book first page to last..then another...and another... >:)

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It depends upon how important the outcome is. If it doesn't really matter in the long run, I let him have his way, but if I really care about something, I want to have a real discussion about it. Unfortunately what I've observed happen more often than not is that we discuss it, he'll agree with me, but then little if any change actually occurs.

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i try to tell them WHY i disagree with them, if they are willing to listen to me instead of trying to argue, maybe, we wouldn't even end up in a fight. Otherwise, if it's just some petty trivial issues, i usually zip my mouth and withdraw.

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Depends on what we're disagreeing about. I need a cool off period if it's something that I really care about. Then I'll talk with them about it.

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withdraw, i hate fighting

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If I had a partner, I'd try to communicate first. Second choice, fight. Third, withdraw. Fourth, back to the first.

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We really don't fight. We talk things out.

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I think you can figure out the answer to this

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Speechless .... :-|

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Press forward my attack!!

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I believe in .. Pick and choose your fights. Only if it is really important to you do you take it to the max; otherwise don't even start because you will end up arguing and fighting all the time. Don't think of it as withdrawing, more of a passive /aggressive response. Whatever they want your not conceding just not complying.

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Lol ..depends on occassion..sometimes i used to fight with him....because i used to know that its not going to benefit him..if i dont fight...<br />
sometimes i used to withdraw..because it was like beating a dead horse...<br />
sometimes we used to work together even....<br />
but guess we both mutually withdrew ourselves

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We might have a shenanigans,but next morning we ALWAYS apologize to each other,and both take responsibility for whatever it was and carry on as if nothing occurred.

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Neither. Both are pointless. Withdrawing initially to prevent things from escalating makes sense but ultimately both people need to accept the other persons opinion/position and feelings and compromise (if needed) or you don't have much of a relationship. At least, not a healthy one.

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