How do you cope up with an unexpected behaviour of a dearest one?
Sometimes it happens that we tend to face an unexpected situation wherein we find our dearest one up against us, the unexplanable situation demands a firm stand, how to cope up with such a situation?
In circumstances such as this, I try to sit down with that person and have a talk regarding their objections, concerns etc. Sometimes just knowing that the other person does care about their thoughts, feelings and emotions in this particular situation will bring the beloved one around to your way of thinking.
If this doesn't progress as well as you would have hoped, try compromise. Sometimes, an even better solution will present itself when a win-win compromise is strived for.
Good luck, I hope all works out well for you and your beloved one.
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