When we are seriously arguing with a person and it’s very heated, we are emotional and in that moment.

We do not realize that the thing you’re tripping about is not happening because they are evil but because of their limitations, especially with our loved ones.

Now, that’s not to say we don’t have a dark side and are potentially dangerous. But that’s another topic.

What matters is that whether the people in that argument are willing to go to some lengths in order to work it out. That’s the main thing.

But if not, well, too bad. If it’s a romantic relationship or friendship, you’ll generally want to cut them out of your life, it won’t work out.

If it’s family, then that’s complicated. You might wanna read a book or two on it and do some research.

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