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What's the best way to diffuse and argument?


Which strategies work best to cool of tempers from rising?

 

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    Jivan36 5 years ago

    Unless in the possible scenario where the people, or should I say, the personalities involved are almost more of the problem and the major contributor to all their arguments, even more so than the actual issues which they claim are there differences.


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    Jivan36 5 years ago

    Excellent suggestion! And that has definitely worked in my experience, especially with the most difficult and emotional of arguments (usually with family). I know I want to be heard and acknowledged as most people do, though it has backfired on me.


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