Between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. When Some Troubled Couples Fight

You don't suspect anything when you pass some couples on the street, stand behind them in lines, or sit near them at restaurants, but it won't be long now before they will be fighting.

Oftentimes the conflict starts as a result of outside influences.  Some single women don't think twice before they are flirting with a man who is obviously in a relationship.  Consider this, the woman standing or sitting next to him might be a victim or an abuser and she is watching.  But silly, desperate women could care less until the couple's issues become theirs.  Then there are those additional irritations between couples like:  being hungry, sitting in traffic, busy-body relatives who don't know when to shut up, differing opinions, and annoying children.

It isn't long before one or both are at the point in their minds when they just can't take much else. Most of us would eat something, go to bed, get out the home, or talk to someone on the phone. However, some couples find release in verbally and physically fighting one another.

According to an article on entitled,11 Facts About Domestic And Dating Violence, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. domestic violence is most likely to take place.  People are getting off work,  returning home from visiting relatives all day, shopping, performing chores and errands, and it doesn't take much to set off someone who is already emotionally unstable.

If you or someone you know is often complaining about a partner being angry and taking his or her rage out on them, you might want to think about what the back up plan might be if things go from bad to worse.

Nicholl McGuire shares spiritual insight on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7   

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