kingbobb wrote:Depends on what you argue about. Two people won't agree on everything, so it comes down to how do those two folks communicate their differences? Most arguments can be avoided by the side raising the point being aware of what sets the other person off.
Quoted for truth.
Also, if you are upset about something, it is important to stop and calm down before you say something that you do not really mean. I think that is where Jess' and I strength is; we communicate, and if one of us becomes upset, we give each other space for a few minutes before we start discussing it again.