When we argue, we try to make ourselves right and the other person wrong. But, instead of helping, this urge to polarise actually perpetuates conflict. True happiness lies in being happy to be neither right nor wrong, to just be.
We all try to show our ‘good side’ and hide our ‘bad side’. But if we try too hard to ‘hide the unacceptable me’, we can pay a big psychological price in the form of tiredness, anxiety and depression.