Arguments are a “you versus me” battle and almost always have the goal of one participant winning and the other losing. Relationships, however, are not built on opposition. Meaningful relationships consist of two players who are on the same team and should work toward a common goal. Try to make the goal be achieving resolution, rather than winning.
- Resolve issues as they happen
- Diffuse tensions in arguments
- "Compromise" is a solution that works for both parties
- How do I communicate more effectively?
- What do I do if I feel like I'm not being heard?
- Don't be spiteful back to someone
- Make up quickly after an argument
- Find out what others' opinions are based on
- Reach out after an argument
- Why not to bring up the past in an argument
- Understanding compromise
- Improve your communication
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