If you are both stubborn, then one of the most common points of contention between you is when you disagree on how to proceed with a project. Juliet and I can attest to this. Mean words and tantrums have been unleashed over the simplest projects.
An easy fix is to designate a lead when taking on projects together. When one person is the “boss”, disagreements turn to mere suggestions from whoever is not in charge. It’s up to the project lead to make decisions, and the other person to graciously follow them.
In our experience, it’s best for the boss…
Director of Product Design at Madwire