As the article on yahoo says, "How to Argue ... and Actually Improve Your Health."
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From the article:
When couples argue, they tend to get caught up in the "who, what, when, and why" of the argument, rather than truly expressing what the argument really makes them feel. Instead, couples should be more descriptive of their feelings, because that's the crux of the issue. For instance, rather than "I can't believe you were late for dinner and didn't call me! This is just like last month when you [insert past indiscretion here]." A better way to truly express your real feelings about your partner's lack of punctuality would be to say, "It makes me sad when you are late and I don't know where you are. I get worried and feel sick to my stomach."
For the rest of the article go here:
How to Argue...and Actually Improve Your Health - The Art of Intimacy on Yahoo! Health