Something was misunderstood & this caused irritation, which then led to argument.
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Thanks CraftytotheCore. That's good advice, I try not to stay mad for very long as it's a useless endeavour. But sometimes it takes time to move on from it.
HI grand old lady, I do agree with what you say about forgiving been better for you health and about setting boundaries. Not being taken advantage is vitally important, plus having them allows some rules to be established.
Hi Chitrangada Sharon, that true. I think your point makes a lot of sense.
hi dashingscorpio, that's true. Since the situation wasn't as serious as the ones you mentioned, I think what you say about forgiving is right .
HI RTalloni, thanks for sharing that book. The reviews are fantastic.
hi mathira, very interesting point and also very true. Sometimes I think some people just love to cause hurt and upset.
Hey mathira do you think it's possible that whether or not a person (in your opinion) tries to hurt you intentionally or in momentary anger, in both cases they don't know their doing it as in both cases it's their mind speaking for them.
hi tsmog, thanks for your very insightful answer. You really put me thinking about it from another perspective. Hopefully we can move on from this and try to work true it. Arguing does help to clear the air. :-)
Hi Dave36, I'll never look at an argument the same way again. I get what your saying and it makes me look at what happened in a new light.
Utube Eckhart Tolle emotions/feelings control, it's fantastic advice which i only learned in the last year.It's hard to grasp unless you do the practice, but once you see it yourself your'l be hooked.No more unwanted thoughts/feelings or emotions.