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Thursday / August 18 / 2011

5 reasons you should drop the ball on arguing

I’m humbled and honored (+ psyched!) to have earned Expert Author status on Ezine Articles dot com, home of some of the most passionate experts in hundreds of different niches from around the world. My post today is hosted on their site and I hope you will read my original post HERE.

 

 

4 responses to “5 reasons you should drop the ball on arguing”

  1. Dawn says:

    Way to go girlfriend…keep up the great work!!!!

  2. Rick says:

    Here’s what I’ve also found about arguing, Donna (not that Chris and I argue a great deal). As you point out, they can go in one of two directions: either they can be destructive or constructive.

    All of us know what happens during the former. People we supposedly love with all our hearts are left feeling belittled, and the hurt we cause never goes away.

    In the case of the latter, however, I find–if done with respect–arguing takes relationships to a new level of depth and understanding. In other words, some arguing strengthens and grows what you share.

    Nicely done, Donna. And congrats on the recognition associated with your contribution to Ezine. It’s much deserved.

    • Donna Smaldone says:

      Thank you, Rick. And you’re right, constructive arguing is necessary for a truly healthy relationship. I appreciate your comments and encouragement, too!

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