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Why He/She argue with you?

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A new survey has discovered that the average couple argues 2,465 times a year, which is equal to almost seven times a day.

Researchers found that the main reason for a tiff is not listening to what the other half is saying, which is responsible for around 115 cross exchanges a year, followed by money worrie, spending issues and laziness around the house.

Problems about over-spending, especially on impulsive or unnecessary purchases, leads to 109 disputes, with money in general being the cause of a further 108. Laziness causes 105 outbursts while snoring provoked 102. What to eat for dinner leads to 92 barneys a year and 80 tiffs are about a partner walking mud into the house.

What to watch on television, walking past items that need taking upstairs and driving too fast are the cause of conflict more than once a week. Sex- particularly a lack of it or the timing also causes 88 bust ups a year. The survey also showed the average couple will argue about disciplining the children 88 times, and have a further 79 disputes about spoiling them.

The figures were revealed in a study of 3,000 people, either married or in relationships, by ensure home insurance. "Bickering on a daily basis is all part of being in a normal, healthy relationship. The normal co-habiting couple will have to put up with each other's daily annoyances- even if they can prove to be very irritating," said a spokeswoman. (TIMExplore.com)

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