When two neighboring countries disagree, they usually sit at the negotiation table.
If you are wise, that’s what you do, right?
Dialogue and diplomacy are skills you learn and develop.
You can use these in your relationship and real life.
If you disagree on an issue, rather than attacking each other by surprise, you can actually come to a mutual agreement:
“Hey, I can see that we have a different opinion on that. Why don’t we sit down and talk about this?”
Of course, diplomacy has certain rules. The first rule is respect for other person’s opinions.
A relationship is not an autocratic system.
It is a partnership where two persons share power and decisions.
Next time you feel tension heating up, instantly shift the way you communicate.
Shift from fight to dialogue.