How You Can Win Any Squabble With Anyone As You Want
Facts plays very important role in our daily life. One of the biggest difficult emotional situations is being in an argument. If you love someone or don’t even know, conflict can caused increase anxiety and blood pressure, if not your sense of discomfort. Some people want to avoid any kind of conflict, while others are ready to argue at a moment’s notice. If you’re somewhere in between as most people are, you may prefer not to argue, but are prepared to do so when necessary. The question then becomes how to make the argument go your way. Here are few ways which will help you in winning arguments:
KNOW THE FACTS:
The world is a pretty strange place; things often don’t happen according to plan, and weird coincidences are generally the norm. With this in mind, it’s not surprising that there would be unexpected facts about everything from pencils, to history, to science, and everything in between.
OTHER PERSON’S PERSPECTIVE:
Your perspective is the way you see something. If you think that toys corrupt children’s minds, then from your perspective a toy shop is an evil place.
Perspective has a Latin root meaning “look through” or “perceive,” and all the meanings of perspective have something to do with looking. If you observe the world from a dog’s perspective, you see through the dog’s eyes. In drawing, perspective gives your drawing the appearance of depth or distance. If we say someone “has perspective,” we mean she has a sensible outlook on life.
We should keep our mind open & think positively for any person. This is one of the worst ways to win an argument. If you appear to be giving the other side’s position a thoughtful review, then the solution you propose will seem to be far more sensible. Furthermore, your opponent may come to your side without your having to do anything other than listen. By letting your opponent speak, you may allow the situation to naturally resolve itself.
CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS:
Every person should try to control their emotions. Emotions plays very important role in our personal life. If you lose your temper, you’ll only antagonize your opponent, which will further heighten his or her anger, and the process can only escalate upwards. Don’t worry that you’ll seem weak by becoming calm in the midst of an argument. You’ll gain points by showing that you can exercise self control. Who knows, the argument may even end right then and there, once both of you take a more reasoned perspective.
RESPECT EACH OTHER:
We should do respect to each other. Many arguments have no clear victors. You may get your way, but your relationship or situation is at stake a lot of times. A successful argument within a relationship remains separate. Don’t let it lead to questioning the entire basis of the relationship. By the same token, don’t insult or degrade your opponent. Even if the individual is someone you’ll never see again, it’s still important to show that you meant nothing personal in the dispute.