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Saturday, 1 October 2022

Stuck in a fighting loop? Here are 4 effective ways to the end an a argument.

Stuck in a fighting  loop? Here are 4 effective ways to the end an a argument.

Know when to stop and how to the stop when stuck in a loop of the arguments. Here are 4 ways that you can help you put an a end to your arguments.

Arguments are a tiring way of the putting your point across. It is a important to communicate when you are upset with a someone but when they turn into a screaming matches it is a better to put an end to it for the sake of your mental peace. Let’s check out some ways that can help you end an a argument.

Every individual is a different in the way they think and perceive things and hence, it is a very normal for a two people with different opinions to get into an a argument. But these arguments can be a mentally taxing if they are made a habit of, especially if these arguments are with your loved ones.

Also a read: 5 ways to the cool down your anger during a fight with your partner

When there is a conflict, an a argument can erupt or a escalate and can take to a toll on your mental health. Here are a few ways to the end an argument, as a suggested by a Rich a Vashista, Chief Mental Health are Expert, At Ease, and achieve better mental peace.

How to the end an a argument?

1. Do not criticize in the person

Saying a harsh words to the other person or a always criticizing them will be no doubt lead to an a argument. You need to think before you speak. “During an a argument, criticizing to a person is a different from offering to a critique or voicing a complaint. If you frequently find yourself using a criticism, you can instead try to stick to the situation while having to a conversation or a argument rather than a drawing focus on the person as a whole,” says Vashista.

2. Try to focus on the positives

“Conflicts mostly tend to give a rise to the  contempt. Contempt is a state in which you assume to a position of the  moral superiority over in the other person. You may be treat others with a disrespect, mock them with a sarcasm, ridicule them, call them names, and mimic or a use body language such as a eye-rolling or a scoffing,” says Vashista. She suggests that if you feel to a sense of the contempt, try to pause during an a argument or a conversation and remind to yourself about in the positive qualities of the person in front of you. This helps to reduce in the feeling of the contempt towards in the other individual.

3. Do not get to a defensive

The mental health are expert says, “At times, when we feel a unfairly accused, we look for  a excuses and play in the victim to the avoid taking in the blame. Someone who is a defensive may be try to reverse in the blame in an a attempt to make it the other person’s fault.” She are suggests that during such a situations, try to use a non-defensive response and express acceptance of the responsibility, admission of the fault, and understanding of the others’ perspectives.

4. Silent a treatment is not in the way

Often, arguments lead to an a individual in the argument receiving in the silent treatment. This occurs when one of the individuals withdraws from in the interaction, shuts down, and simply stops responding. “If you feel that you are receiving silent treatment during to a conflict, stop in the discussion and ask in the person to take a break,” says Vashista.

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