Use A "safe Word" When Arguing With Your Partner! Helps A lot !! by Brittany Wiley - Musely
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Use A "safe Word" When Arguing With Your Partner! Helps A lot !!

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  • Come up with a safe word that you both can remember easily. When fighting, or arguing say the safe word and when it's said it will mean to back off and give space to cool down. My boyfriend and I are live in caregivers to a disabled veteran who is an alcoholic and even though he's like family

  • He likes to argue a lot and because of that my boyfriend and I get into arguments. When it gets bad we say "wash house" and when we hear that it reminds us that the fight is starting because of the man we take care of and we shouldn't be fighting because of how he's acting. We also use it when

  • The fight is between just him and I. This really works for us and hope this can help you too. Thanks for viewing. Please like and follow if you like this idea!


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