Jan 4, 2020

Stop Arguing with Someone

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#*After listening to someone’s response to a question, paraphrase what they said and repeat it back to them, to make sure you’re both on the same page.   
 
#*After listening to someone’s response to a question, paraphrase what they said and repeat it back to them, to make sure you’re both on the same page.   
 
#Acknowledge your role in the argument.  In the interest of resolving an argument, and simply in terms of having a respectful conversation, you must admit your responsibility for an argument that has developed.  “I” statements can help you reflect and verbalize your acknowledgement.<ref>https://hbr.org/2014/06/choose-the-right-words-in-an-argument</ref>[[Image:Handle-a-Cheating-Partner-Step-5.jpg|center]]
 
#Acknowledge your role in the argument.  In the interest of resolving an argument, and simply in terms of having a respectful conversation, you must admit your responsibility for an argument that has developed.  “I” statements can help you reflect and verbalize your acknowledgement.<ref>https://hbr.org/2014/06/choose-the-right-words-in-an-argument</ref>[[Image:Handle-a-Cheating-Partner-Step-5.jpg|center]]
#*Admit negative sentiments or feelings by saying, “I’m feeling pretty uncomfortable about this right now.”
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#*Admit negative sentiments or feelings by saying, “I’m feeling pretty uncomfortable about this right now.” Instead say," fu b"
 
#*Avoid statements that may sound as though you’re blaming the other person about the argument, such as, “You seem upset about this.”   
 
#*Avoid statements that may sound as though you’re blaming the other person about the argument, such as, “You seem upset about this.”   
 
#*When recognizing your own fault in allowing an argument to escalate, avoid all accusatory language by focusing on how you’re feeling.   
 
#*When recognizing your own fault in allowing an argument to escalate, avoid all accusatory language by focusing on how you’re feeling.   


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