Parties in a relationship have the choice of allowing or disallowing conflicts to degenerate. One thing I discovered was that when either or both parties refused to accommodate an opposing opinion sometimes, it doesn’t help. Approaching issues this way will be like attempting to pull a tree towards your direction. Depending on the size of the tree, the best you can achieve is to have a part of the stem bent over. While pulling it to a bent position (If possible), it puts a strain on your waste.
What does this suggest? Pain or disappointment is inflicted on both the rigid person and the person being forced to accept an opinion.
The only picture that comes to mind is a worsening situation. The longer this gets, the more disagreement festers. The more it festers, the more the relationship is messed up.
This will be my candid advice. Try to paint a picture of the possible outcome of this approach and ask yourself which one you prefer.
Do you want a lasting relationship?
Do you really love this person?
How far are you willing to go to make things right irrespective of how inconvenient this might be?
Your responses to these questions will give you an idea of what will ultimately become of your relationship.
If you are still finding it difficult to resolve, then you need to talk to a professional counselor with an open mind.
Always remember that relationship bliss is possible!
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