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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Walking Away From An Argument

         Almost a week ago I did the unthinkable, something I have rarely done over in a very, very long time and that is walk away from an petty argument that was over the patio stone project. Now it isn't the first argument I have had over the patio project, but I consider it creative differences but that's OK, we all have our own opinions on things and we are entitled to have our own opinions. But I felt so frustrated with the arguing that was going on, I just needed to get away for 15 - 20 minutes or as long as I need and I felt walking away going inside in this instance was what was best for me at the time and I need to cool off and calm the heck down before I say something I regret. Same with July 1st I got pissed off at my brother and my dad when I said I was going to cook yet they took it over and not tell me they already have started and I said something I should of not said. However I came down to my room and laid down for a minute to cool down then went to continuing playing Rocket League with my niece and nephew and moved on with the rest of the day and everything was fine for the remainder of the evening.

        So you can see there if you cannot come to consensus and not agree on anything or someone is continuing to argue then it is the best idea to walk away from the situation and just cool off for a few minutes and if you need extra time do take the extra time to cool down then if you are clearly ready to go back and try talk things out or go back to the task at hand that you were doing at the time of the conflict/argument occurred. But sometimes it is OK to stop for the day and maybe start tomorrow or if it is the weekend as you guys know I do not work on the patio on the weekend not even a Saturday or on a Sunday, it is usually during the weekdays when there is working being done on the patio. 

       However in conclusion walking away is the best thing to do and staying in the same room or in my instance go inside from the patio or wherever you are it is the best thing to do and arguing is just not worth it. Walk away and cool down before you regret saying something that you do not want to say and will have major regrets in the end and if you say something to friends, then you will lose a friend or friends in the process and you don't want that to happen. 


Have a Great Sunday!



Chris

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