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How To Avoid Emotional Arguments

arguing Emotional Couple

arguing Emotional Couple

Lack of tolerance and patience among people, create unnecessary disagreements, leading to arguments. Some people argue by shouting at each other, while others avoid conversation and contact all together. Irrespective of the method used, the end result of an argument is usually the same –people get hurt and disappointed.

By taking a step back to remove your defensive self and coming from a place of compassion, you’ll avoid emotional damage, and improve communication between you and your loved ones. Use these tips to help you avoid emotional arguments:

Talk About Your Feelings Before Getting Angry

Most arguments can easily be avoided if you make the people around you understand how you feel. Deal with the situation as it happens by talking about your feelings when you’re offended by what someone says or does. And be quick to forgive those who have wronged you when they ask you for forgiveness. It’s one of the best ways to avoid emotional outbursts and live a happy life.

Speak Softly, Gently and Calmly Towards A Solution

It’s important that you don’t speak with an aggressive, sarcastic or loud tone during an argument. When you raise you voice towards your partner, he will certainly follow suit and yell even louder. As a result, both of you will become even angrier, turning the argument into a screaming contest, rather than dealing with the issues at hand. In the end, your communication and relationship will be damaged.

If this isn’t what you want to happen, then try to speaking with the people around you calmly during arguments, with the intention of solving the problem. By speaking gently and calmly, you’re sending a message to the other person that you truly want to resolve the matter at hand. It’s highly likely that he or she will also calm down, and the two of you will talk things over, and come to an agreement.

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Val G.

Val strongly believes in the power of positive thinking and our ability to create more fulfilling lives through personal development. He is a writer who researches many self-growth topics and shares ideas on how to overcome difficulty and anything that helps bring balance to our body, mind, and spirit. Val believes we can overcome challenges in our lives through awareness and better understanding of who we are.
"I want to make a difference in the world by encouraging others who have an open mind and are on a positive path to pursue their personal development and ongoing growth, achieve success, increase self-awareness and elevate their level of consciousness and thinking."
Learn more about Val's Self-Empowement Awakening, a compilation of knowledge and personal experience on overcoming negative thinking and applying the law of attraction.

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