How do you deal with a friend who is stubborn and difficult and thinks He /she is right always ...
- but is good at heart?
Sometimes is not worth the argument. Let them learn on their own. You can't change people, they have to want to change but YOU can change and accept them the way they are
It sometimes helps to look at the situation from the other person's perspective. We sometimes misunderstand other's motives..sometimes jumping to conclusions. Perhaps the other person is being reasonable, but you perceive it differently.
Just let things cool off a while.
prove them wrong. i have friends like that who seem to think that only their ideas are correct and i enjoy showing them how wrong they are. don't use just your opinion but facts. it can be fun and after a while the person tends to keep their mouths shut unless they are sure of what they are saying.
Smile and nod! lol. that way you can seem supportive and they can sometimes hear it out loud and maybe change thier mind.
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