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How do you make peace after fighting with someone close?

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      Marya1961 wrote Jul 10, 2009
    • If it is my hub, we sit down and weigh and gauge why we were fighting and come to an agreement...our son is easy going, he doesn’t argue with anyone...I don’t really see other family members on a regular basis, so we are happy when we get together, no reason to argue.




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      Janet Wooley wrote Jul 10, 2009
    • If I am wrong I apologize and talk about it. Most of the time it is a misunderstanding, they take what I say the worng way, that happens alot maybe I am not clear?




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      Deanna Moon wrote Jul 11, 2009
    • We just shout it out until one of us either cries or gives in,(usually me) or we come to a silent standoff until it blows over, I must get that from my mother..lol..we are both stubborn.  But with friends I rarely argue, and if we do tee each other off, we’ll talk about it and work it out.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jul 13, 2009
    • After the shouting and yelling, then the silent treatment enters.  After the madness decrease, it depends who says the first word.  Yes, we are still like kids. happy




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      Tina Sickinger wrote Jul 13, 2009
    • I must say I don’t fight with anyone. I am a very peace making person. If I have an issue with someone I can always calmly voice my concerns and talk about it.
      If someone gets loud and shouts at me, I simply walk away and give them time to cool down and then we talk.
      Life is too short to yell and scream and say hurtful things to others that you may regret later. Being rational always works best for me.estatic




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