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If you are in love and he is too then there should be a compromise to such busy schedules. You shouldn't be the one doing all the compromising but it has to be from both of your sides. If you can't meet up he is free to make his own plans. That is what happens when two peoplle are very busy. But you may be careful being too accepting. A relationship is about compromise as I said. It shouldn't be one person working around the other person's schedule. I don't know how "obsessed" he is and how this impacts the relationship. You can't have a relationship around sports. But you can work together. Being hurt doesn't have a lot to do with being hurt. That's why you need compromise. So both people feel they are being heard. In the end it's up to you.
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Thankyou i agree with your suggestions and am strong enough to stick to my guns but two questions i need to ask; one is, can a relationship be successful when there is a need for dominance on one side?I am a very strong willed character but uncertain how to keep this relationship balanced.Can you inform me how to "fight" fairly and without raising emotions.
Be assertive because it is when you are passive or aggressive that you have trouble finding a status quo in a fight. If you are aggressive you overturn the other person's right and if you are passive you allow the other person to run over yours. You must establish common ground rules. When parties accept positive common ground rules for managing a conflict, a solution becomes much more likely. Mutual respect for each other can go a long way in drawing boundaries while fighting. If you respect each other you would try not hurting one another. You must be as specific as possible. Try addressing the problem instead of targeting the person's sentiments. Handle the issue at hand and don't bring up other issues just to prove a point. It's not a win-lose game, it's about finding a solution. Lastly don’t go to bed angry. Finish the fight. Dragging a fight out is as life-draining as avoiding a fight. Unresolved anger can destroy intimacy. Always either kiss and makeup or close on a good note. I hope this will help.