I can honestly say I've never fought in a relationship, ever.
Even when I was married, I always watched my temper when it came to dealing with my ex husband, and only once did we have even one blow out that resembled a fight (he said F you to me, and I lowered my voice to barely audible and told him not to talk to me like that. I MAY have dropped an F bomb in there somewhere). Once, in seven years. I don't like confrontations, but is it healthy to not fight with your partner? I have voiced unhappiness or displeasure in my current relationship, but even now after a year, we've never had anything like a fight.
Now that's not to say I don't get angry or I've never gotten irritated with my S/O, I just don't know how to fight, what things normal people fight over and how to fight without it becoming personal attacks. I've got a very nasty attitude a good majority of the time, and maybe that is why I watch my tongue, I don't want to say something I do not mean, hurt my partners feelings or be flat out awful.
My sex life is good, finances are fine (neither one of us spend money on big things and our bills are paid and children are taken care of) we've been over coming some obsticles, which I think our relationship is a lot better for (at least, I hope they are). So what's left to fight over?
Am I like completely abnormal? Should we argue more? Is it unhealthy for a relationship not to have some fights in it?