It seems some couples are forever arguing about things that just don’t matter.
Usually, these folks aren’t actually arguing about what it seems they’re arguing about. Endless trivial arguments are usually a proxy for something else. It might be something they’re afraid of discussing, or it could be something that has supposedly been settled. It can be a way of complaining about not being happy, or not feeling heard, or just a general sense of the marriage not being right. Sometimes it’s really just a cry for attention.
Minor arguments are like a fever – if they come and go it’s nothing to worry about. If it’s an ongoing issue it’s a symptom of a bigger problem. If you and your hubby seem to spend far too much time arguing about stuff that doesn’t matter, ask yourself why and dig for the truth.
~ Paul – I’m XY and I’ve gotten over arguing for the “fun” of it.