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Averting an argument and coming together in unity.

timbohp

When you feel an argument coming on, make the conscious choice to look at each other and hold each others hands. (both) If you are both strong enough to do this, it allows you to come together in unity to solve the issue instead of fighting against each other to prove who is right or wrong.

Shared by timbohp on 8/11/09
helpmerhonda

I will definetly give this a try, words do not seem to work. The more I explain my feelings and how I am sensing tensions are getting tight, the more opposition / justification that I am wrong I get in return which leads to a full blown argument.