I've been with a guy for two years now. We have a beautiful baby girl, and we love her to pieces. She is the most important thing in my life and I want to do what is right for her. Her dad and I fight a lot though. It used to be just bickering but it's progressed to more hurtful arguements now. It's not all him fault, I do push him at times when I know I could drop a subject or be more sensitive and not allow it to escalade into a full blown fight. I feel like it's turning into a verbal/emotionally abusive relationship and I don't want my daughter in a situation like that. I want for us to be able to discuss things without it turning into a fight. I don't know how to do that. I have a lot of built up resentment that I let build up until I blow up on him, and then he blows up back on me. I don't know that either of us are "right" and we both have a tendancy to be controlling. I don't know how to do my part to restore our relationship. Any suggestions?
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