How to resolve arguments the easy way
People are a part of our social environment. As early as kindergarten children learn to adapt to their social surroundings. But every now and then some children who cannot find a way to resolve arguments with each other end up in a fight.
But as children get older they learn that there are ways to resolve arguments without getting into a fist fight! Something that grownups should have learned by now!
Learn to compromise
One of the things that a person needs to realize is that he or she can't get his way all of the time! As a matter of fact, most arguments stem from this way of thinking. When individuals continuously impose their way of thinking, and course of action on others a fight is inevitable.
People need to respect each other's differences. Whether it be religion, nationality, social status, etc. No two persons are exactly alike. So it is only natural that they have some differences.
Not that this is necessarily a bad thing. Imagine what a dreary world it would be if everyone thought and acted in the exact same manner! This is a premise usually reserved for science fiction novels that end with the unlikely hero deactivating the mind control machine designed by the bad guys.
Different ways of thinking result in a number of different ideas that help humanity progress. In fact, it is from this diversity that we add to the many shades and colors of life.
Keep the volume down
Don't engage in a shouting match. This doesn't solve anything. It only results in a couple of sore throats! Individuals should learn to settle their arguments by discussing them in a peaceful manner. Being harsh and confrontational only inspires the other person to unleash his or her venom. So it is best to always be calm. It also helps to keep one's voice down when negotiating for a treaty.
Keep the boxing gloves off
Individuals should not try to win arguments, instead, they should work hard at finding a compromise. This work wonders! It will eliminate the bad blood brewing between two individuals involved in an argument.
Arguing with people is never fun. But sometimes it can't be helped, despite our best efforts to get along sometimes arguments are inevitable.
But arguments don't have to get ugly as long as people do their best to find the amiable solutions, and respect each other's differences.
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