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You don't have to attend every argument you're invited to!

Published on 6/7/2015
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Daily life has its many challenges, and sometimes there is no avoiding them. Whether at home or at work, dealing with people inevitably creates obstacles, which we all know are due to differences and points of view. The ability to recognize entry into these exceptional moments takes a great deal of experience and awareness.   
After years of practice in a wonderful relationship, my wife had taught me how to hold my tongue long enough to avoid confrontation and rebuke. Eventually, I realized that what she wanted most was simply a listening and patient ear instead of an answer that would resolve the alleged issue/s. Although this was very difficult for me at first, the value of mastering it is priceless.

Here are 3 tips you might want to consider when attending an argument:
(1) Know the Personality of the person you are about to fight. It helps!
(2) You will always lose the fight if you want to fight
(3) Silence can go either way. It can be good...and it can be bad when inappropriate
(4) You will never Win against your Wife...unless she concedes, and that is very rare!

There are some people you do not want to mess with, and those are the wives who are the eldest daughters in their family, or those that are wrecking balls. If they start crying or getting emotional, you lose...even if you are right! 

There are rare occasions however, when we (Men) will have to stand up and argue our point, and that is when it is a matter of life and death, or a matter of Principle. No good woman wants a weak Man who is a so eager to please or without a back-bone. I let my wife take care of her business, but there were a few times when I had to step up and argue my point. There was no compromising...and it had to be done my way or the highway. Major Point: Any thing that jeopardizes your relationship with your family is worth the fight.

In conclusion, you don't have to attend every argument you're invited to, but you do have to be aware enough to see it coming, and wise enough to foresee the results you desire so you can apply the right activity to make it happen.

 

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