Most of these arguments are really not even worth the time to argue.
Some of the most violent arguments between couples are about things that do not really matter.
Here is a closer look at some of the top things that cause arguments between couples and a look at why they are not worth arguing about.
#1 - Money - One of the top things that cause arguments between couples happens to be money.
This is an argument that can come up again and again in a relationship and if you keep having this argument, it may end your relationship.
Some money concerns can include who will pay what bills, how to spend the money, who earns the money, and even dealing with a tight budget.
Money problems can cause arguments, but it is not worth the argument.
You do not want to end a good thing due to arguments about money.
#2 - Exes - More than likely both of you have an ex and the ex is one of the most common things to argue about in a relationship.
It could be an ex girlfriend or boyfriend, or perhaps an ex spouse.
Sometimes one partner feels like the ex is threatening their relationship, but usually the problem is that they will not leave the ex in the past.
You just can not change the past and neither can your spouse.
The two of you are together right now, so focus on the present instead of the past.
#3 - Household Chores - Even the topic of chores is a common thing that couples argue about.
Maybe you have a partner that leaves dirty laundry around the home.
Perhaps you think your partner is not doing enough to keep the home clean.
More than likely this is not really a good thing to fight over.
Vacuuming the floor or arguing about laundry is a bad choice for an argument.
Simply ask for some help, but do not turn this into a huge argument that ends up ruining your relationship.
#4 - Time Spent Together - Another common thing that couples argue about is the time they are able to spend with one another.
Perhaps she goes to lunch with a friend or he goes out with the buddies to watch a game, and this leads to a fight.
Sure, you want to be with each other, but both of you need to have some time with other friends.
Time out is good for your relationship, so do not turn this into an argument that comes back over and over again.
#5 - Silly Annoyances - There may be some silly annoyances - things your partner does that annoy you.
Do not let these things become a huge argument.
It is easy to start arguing about the most silly things, even though they may be annoying.
Is it really worth arguing that your partner chews too loud? While there may be some little annoyances that bug you, why hurt your relationship arguing over them? These items are not worth arguing over, again and again.
They can end up hurting your relationship and can put tension into your home.
In many cases, if you are continuing to argue about these same items, perhaps there is a problem that is a bit deeper that you need to deal with.