When you’re in a relationship, small fights are normal. However, if you’re not careful and you don’t learn how to effectively communicate in your relationship, small arguments can lead to bigger fights. That being said, it’s unlikely that you will start having huge disputes about where you want to go for dinner, but there are some things that couples argue about more than others. In today’s post, we will take a look at some of the most common topics that couples fight about.

If you notice that you and your loved one fight about one or more of the topics we discuss in this post, you’re not alone. Luckily, if you live in Long Island, the experts at Long Island Counseling are here to help. We offer couple’s counseling services, as well as a variety of other services that will help you work through your issues and find a solution. To learn more about what we have to offer, contact Long Island Counseling at 516-882-1434 to schedule an appointment today.


Let’s be honest — we all have certain areas of our homes that we like to keep clean at all times. For some, it’s the kitchen sink, while for others, it may be the living room or other common areas of the home. When you live with another person, it’s easy to get frustrated about cleaning and chores. For example, when you first move in with your significant other, you may like cleaning up the dishes in the sink every night after dinner while they take out the garbage. This system may work for a good amount of time, but after a while, you will probably start to feel like you’re doing all of the work and the other person is doing nothing.

This is a common feeling among couples. No matter what the dynamic might be, there will always be one person that feels as though they are doing all of the work. Instead of fighting about who is doing more of the work or who needs to stop nagging about cleaning the house, it’s important that you talk through your differences in a respectful manner. Try to come up with a solution that you can both live with.


The notion that couples commonly fight about money probably comes as no surprise. Unfortunately, money defines our way of life. When you’re single, the amount of money that you are making and have saved is all the money that you have. However, when you are married or in a serious, long-term relationship, you live off of two sets of income. With that in mind, you have to find a way to balance your spending habits and make wise financial decisions. This can be difficult if you’re not used to consulting with another person about how you spend or save your money, not to mention, you and your loved one most likely have different ways of managing your financials.

Find a Solution at Long Island Counseling

Fights are common when you’re in a relationship, but when they get out of hand, you want to be able to talk through your problems and find a solution. At Long Island Counseling, we provide couple’s counseling to help you and your loved one find a way to effectively work through your problems and find a solution. If you are interested in scheduling a session, contact Long Island Counseling or browse our website to learn more about our counseling services today!

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