To me, most arguments are not about winning, but about becoming more insightful. Hearing the other's points and defending your own, often improves the quality of your relationship and mutual understanding, as well as it may broaden your knowledge on the subjects, and optionally change your mind. Becoming smarter in itself is more rewarding than winning the argument and knowing as much as you knew before you started arguing.
I am so persuasive that I win almost 90%
I love arguing and I will definitely jump in if I believe something
If it is a silly one (without benefit), I will not argue even if I know I will win.
But when it worth, I will do.
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