Good, solid communication is the foundation of a successful relationship. Be honest and clear about your feelings and needs, expressing them calmly and rationally.
When you are upset with your partner over something trivial, try to take a step back from the situation.
Showing Empathy is a good show of character and can help prevent arguments, as your partner will appreciate you for it.
Always ask them for clarification and try to understand their point of view instead of reacting angrily.
Some of the symptoms of playing the victim are damaging your relationship. Avoid playing the victim and using guilt to manipulate your partner as much as possible.
Try to focus on finding solutions instead of placing blame or getting defensive and agitated. Work together to find a resolution that works for both of you.
As a partner, you want to encourage rather than put yourself down. Constructive feedback is helpful, but regular criticism can hurt and damage a relationship.
No one is perfect, including you and that is okay. However, take responsibility for your actions if you make a mistake or do something where you make a mistake.
Perhaps you are obsessed with meaningless words. But, as you may have heard, the mind is strong, and overthinking often creates problems that weren't there before.
Make time for activities that bring you joy. Take up both new and old hobbies. Take care of your body, exercise, get your diet right and prioritize quality sleep.