Arguments escalate because we cannot wait to get our words in. Simple accepting that the other has spoken is a powerful tool for peace.
Is it possible to take a mindful approach to arguing? Perhaps we can choose our battles more wisely, if we can become aware of our motivations for arguing.
Blaming perpetuates a cycle of anger and irritability. In contrast, we can increase our own happiness if we can stop finding fault with others, and instead encourage a climate of accountability.
Finding the confidence to be authentic is a constant negotiation between your inner self and the outside world, with you as empathic mediator.
Some clients come to me with a sense of guilt, but also a sense of anger. Guilt, that they are not doing everything they can;
I spend some of my time helping people manage money. I have noticed a variety of attitudes to wealth, and each seems to have a