It’s likely to happen. Sometimes you can’t do anything to stop it. There are bound to be a few disagreements when a pair of individual people come together. But it’s totally natural. But we know it’s hard to get over a fight when you are so far apart, so we’ve outlin
Things to Remember During a Fight
Choose Your Words Wisely
Often when people get into a heavy fight they completely lose control and they occasionally say stuff to one another that they wouldn’t even dream of saying in a regular conversation. We realize you might be angry. And sometimes it may be their fault entirely. But remember to pick your words carefully. Be sure to take some long deep breaths and think it over before saying anything. This can help to guard your lovers feelings and is sure to speed up the making-up process.
Stop The Contact Until Both of You Are Cooled Down
It’s no good talking to them while you are still upset with them. The best idea is to end all communication until you both have cooled down and are ready to make up with each other. No text messages. No phone calls. No Skype.
The Making-Up Process
Forget About Placing The Blame
It’s not about who’s to blame. It’s about what the issues are, and how to handle them in the future. If you argue over something that they don’t really like about you, then it could be time to change that something they don’t like. A lot of couples have an, “I’m not gonna change for anybody” attitude in a relationship. Take it from us, the ones that do change are the ones that have a stronger relationship.
Remember That You Are A Team
As you grow closer together, you have to learn to make decisions together. These choices will determine your future. You are both in the relationship because you love each other, and you both want the same positive final result. Just remember that you are each on the same team.
Send An Apology Letter
A nice touch after you have made up is to mail your companion a letter saying that you are sorry for hurting their feelings. Try to make your feelings about the argument known, but remember to let your lover know that you do not want to argue anymore. Possibly send a present along with it, or a photo that will help remind them of a joyful time you both spent together.