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More Fighting

Every couple fights. Some more than others. Some in a healthy manner and some not so healthy. We tend to act as if fighting is a sport. Hopefully someday we’ll learn better and fight fair. And healthy. Until then, you’ll continue to read about fighting.



She Says: The Root of Our Fights

I think it was Katherine Hepburn who said “Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other.  Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then.”  And from time to time, I can see how this makes sense. Continue reading



The average individual sleeps upwards of 25 years of their life. That’s nine thousand one hundred and twenty-five days. There was a time when anyone that even lived that long would be considered an elder statesman. But that’s how long, on average, we currently sleep in our lives. 25 years. Yet, somewhere between the quarter and halfway point in life, many of us agree to share sleeping quarters with another individual on a regular basis. For many of us, we do so every single night. Naturally, some habits and tendencies are formed through a quaterlife. Naturally, some arguments arise once your comfortable sleeping arrangements have been disturbed. Naturally, we’re going to write about it. Continue reading

Them’s Fightin’ Words

Every couple fights. It’s inevitable. When you are around someone that much, you are going to have disagreements. Or worse, you are going to have fights. Couples that have been together 20 plus years smile at the fights of new couples. Young couples just can’t seem to see the forest for the trees. Like us. Ultimately, however, the fights are going to happen. If done right, we think they need to happen. The problem is BOTC rarely fights right. Or fair for that matter. Here’s a glimpse into the fights that happen on The Couch. Most likely, one of many glimpses. Continue reading