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Ready for an argument?

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Do argue if you are confident on returns, otherwise quietly quit and act on your own.

In our daily life, we all undergo different kinds of argument with our co-workers, family members, friends etc.

An argument could be constructive or destructive. Constructive is pretty clear, i.e. if we want to make something clarified we will argue and come up with outputs.

Destructive arguments happen more frequently or rather naturally. Somehow, we will be tempted to do it, forgetting about surroundings, outcomes etc. There is no value which we gain out of such argument, rather than simply losing our energy and finally ending up with some sort of negative vibrations around us.

If those assignments are of planned stuffs, normally we will have some expected results- may be positive or negative. For unplanned arguments, initially we won’t be realizing that we are falling in to it. But definitely after a moment, we will realize that our voice is increasing or temper is getting lost. And at the very next moment, just analyse the direction of argument. If you are sure of returns, continue the argument. Otherwise just pause, think and quit [ and yes go with your rights]

Author: Akhila

Akhila is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion.com and qualitynotion.com. By profession she is a software Quality and Quantitative data analyst. She is a self motivated life long learner who loves to decode signs from the universe. Her weirdness is totally aligned with her real life stories and thought experiments. She is the author of “Know them, One answer to many questions” (a General Knowledge book) and “I Had a Crush - The 17 Kinks” (A free ebook of 17 short stories)

29 thoughts on “Ready for an argument?

  1. You actually make it appear really easy together with your presentation but I to find this topic to be actually something which I think I’d by no means understand. It sort of feels too complex and very large for me. I’m looking ahead in your subsequent put up, I’ll attempt to get the dangle of it!

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  2. Simply just cannot agree more on this, Akhi.

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  3. I hate conflict and arguing. Makes me feel very uncomfortable.

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  4. Completely understand and agree totally with your words Akhila why argue when nothing is happening and no one is wanting to keep quiet just move away and so many times these arguments lead to animosity and relationships breaking up

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  6. so true…but unplanned, impromptu arguments are more interesting, alle

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  7. I remember politics!

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  8. Agreed !!

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  9. There can never be a magic pill for this. Arguments are just another means for communication. You cannot always have a constructive argument; there are times when built up emotions and frustrations needs to be let loose; care however should be taken to leave it at that. it is when we carry the baggage of these arguments around that its affects a lot of things we do. … easier said than done:)

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