When you’re arguing a point, have you really won if you have made an enemy in the process? As an activist, it is likely you are going to get into conversations where you are at odds with another person. But, if you want there to be a chance of changing the other person’s mind and getting them to see your side, you’re going to have to start by fighting clean.
One of the issues with our world today is that not only have we started to concentrate more on our differences than those things that unite us, but we have other stopped showing respect to those on the other side. Hurling insults and deciding that there is a “right” and “wrong” side to every disagreement is not the way to progress as a society.
One of the keys to winning someone over to your side of an argument is actually first acknowledging that you understand why they currently think and feel the way that they do. By showing that you understand them, you are creating common ground and showing respect. This will put them in a more open position to accept your side of the argument. (Inc.)
Arguing is something that will come up in any relationship that you have at some point. Healthy couples still find themselves arguing. If you want to keep the arguments constructive and not cause undue harm, you need to make sure you’re not preying on your partner’s insecurities or trying to diminish them or their feelings in any way during the fight. You aren’t really winning if you’re trying to make yourself out to be superior in a relationship that is meant to be equal. A habit of degrading a partner is arguments is also an early sign of abuse and can quickly escalate. (Huffington Post)
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