If only you could have turned down the volume of your relationship a bit, the way you'd turn down a radio. The two of you seemed to ignite each other. You each said things that you knew would wound and incite the other; you argued and bickered and complained endlessly.
Your home was not a peaceful place; instead it was a battleground. You in particular were chafing under the bonds of your pairing. Your mate would have liked to stay and fight -- winning was everything to your aggressive partner -- and you decided to just chuck it all and find an easier lover to tame.But before you headed down that road, hopefully you took a second look so you knew what you were leaving behind. You and your lover shared a certain spark, an interest in each other and a zest for life. Your next lover may not hold your attention so intensely, lacking this energizing influence. The key was injecting a little calm into the proceedings and learning the art of compromise. Listening to what your partner wanted, and sharing your own feelings would have helped a lot. You both had to learn to give a little and let things go if this pairing was to endure.