That only sounds like you are unsure of your position. Never let them see you sweat!
Any word that is perfect in application......such as "always".........unless it's used literally and accurately.
good answer, I always thought of always being good but I can see how it could be trouble, in an argument.
I was going to say "always" too. It's a dirty fighting technique. There's nothing more frustrating than someone over-generalizing your behaviour which they clearly dislike.
always is a good one,
what about "nothing" when u ask what is wrong,is this frustrating to anyone else.
The one word to avoid in an argument is stating that someone is clueless. That word sets some people off. They are trying to see, even understand and be totally sympathetic to their partners' viewpoint. However, their partner simply refuses to acknowledge their perspective and the first word that escalates the argument even further is remarking that they are.........clueless.
that's a good answer love the pic I like all in the family, Archie is funny. .
Thank you, the picture aptly describes the question at hand. Clueless is a word that makes me go into a Hunnic rage.
Silence ...... since Hub Pages won't allow me to stop here, Ill add Silence ...Silence ...Silence ... It is that important.
by deergha 6 years ago
Silence is better then words, in an argument. do you agree? why so?In any argument if you chose words then you loose the person. If it is very serious then you may loose seriously. So what should one choose, silence or words? in case of friend? in case of spouse? what is your view?
by vivienblue_06 7 years ago
They say silence means no. But what about for you? does silence always means a no no?
by Eric Dierker 2 years ago
I hesitate when I hear of see someone quote the Bible as their argument. I thought Jesus denied thatIf I lord the scripture over you, is that not exactly as the pharisees, scribes and Sadducee did, which resulted in the crucifixion? If I love you without the scripture telling me to, is that not...
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