It’s the worst, I hate it. The words, the feelings, and the fear. There is nothing worse than fighting with the person you love the most.
We will say things to each other that no one else knows about, because we know each other like the back of our hand, but at times it feels like we know absolutely nothing.
We get stressed, and we release it on one another. We address all the little things that we typically ignore and release the pent up emotional words without hesitation, because we are pissed. It’s the worst, I hate it.
It’s easy to see the anger and distain via text. I don’t know if it’s lucky or not, that we don’t address these issues in the flesh and that our touch screens bare the brunt of our anguish. It’s the worst, I hate it.
How do you address fighting with friends, loved ones without getting so angry? What do you do to skip the pain that fighting causes? Or is the fighting good and needed, because it addresses the issues you hold inside?
I lay here and wonder, and repeat over and over; it’s the worst, I hate it.
About the authorXza
Xza Louise Higgins is the founder of MommyCon, creator of The Mommy Dialogues, and punk rock mom to two year old Atticus in the great city of Chicago, IL. She is incredibly passionate about birth options, human rights, and promoting gentle parenting practices.