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Bimbo
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Learn to compromise

Hello everybody! Not long ago I read an interesting topic of compromise in a relationship. And I saw a lot of guys can really compromise. But I know a lot of situations where both partners really want to compromise, but they do not know how to do it. Maybe they just got used to live differently, or they do not know what to do in this situation. Perhaps someone accustomed to dominate in the relationship. But they both do not want to destroy the thing that they created so hard. So let's help each other learn how to compromise. How can we do this? What should we remember? Can you tell us about it?

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Bimbo
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Learn to compromise

I'm not too clever at it. But in any case, I've heard some things. Compromise is vital in any relationship, whether it’s with coworkers, friends, family members or your partner. It’s important to know when to stand your ground, but also to know which battles are worth fighting. Don’t always try to be right. The first problem with fights is that everyone involved wants to be right. We all want to win! It’s understandable that you feel that way, but it’s something you need to stop feeling. When you want to win, you’re not listening to the other side of the argument or conversation. Suspend your need to be right and listen to your partner, friend or coworker.

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Bimbo
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Due to my modesty, I can not say too much about it, but in any case, I will try. Let things go. Needing to be right is just the first thing you need to let go of. Don’t hold so tightly to all the past wrongs the person may have done for you. The saying is “Forgive and forget”, not “Forgive but hold a grudge”. Just because you got into a disagreement with your spouse a few weeks ago doesn’t mean it’s relevant to the one you’re having today. Rethink your expectations. Have you ever kept an argument going just because you were on a roll? But halfway through, found that you weren’t really passionate about what you were fighting for? It’s tough to admit, but it can happen a lot.

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Bimbo
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I do not know about the effectiveness of what I am telling. But in any case, this is what I know. One way to avoid is to stay calm when a discussion arises so you’re not pulled into a fight. Keep your emotions in check and think about what you really want, both from your life and from the relationship. Is it important you stand your ground so firmly, or would everything still be ok if you gave in a little bit? This is important in all relationships, whether it’s with your kids, your siblings, your partner or your coworkers. Be willing to change. After you rethink your expectations, be willing to act on the changes as you see fit.

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Bimbo
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My experience has always tells me some things that I can share with my friends. It’s one thing to say you’re willing to compromise, but another thing entirely to actually act on that change. A major part of compromising is actually following through with the resolution. This will show others that you’re willing to compromise completely, not just make false promises in order to end a fight. Share your beliefs and emotions. Compromising is about meeting halfway. Don’t forsake yourself and what you believe in in order to be seen as a great compromiser. Make sure that you express your beliefs and emotions about the situation.

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Bimbo
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Well, we're here to help each other in different problems. Therefore, I'll tell you what I've read about it. I hope it will be useful to you. Everyone involved in the situation needs to be heard, and the easiest way to do this is to clearly and honestly state their parts. Use “me” and “I” statements so it’s clear that this is how you feel, and that you’re not trying to force your feelings or opinions on others. If your issue is at work, make sure you don’t over-share your emotions — stay professional, but make sure you’re heard loud and clear. Show appreciation. No matter the resolution of the compromise, make sure you show your appreciation to others involved.

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Bimbo
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I do not have too much experience in this life. But I have read enough books to help me understand some things. So I share with you my knowledge about it. Being willing to compromise, instead of fighting until the finish, is an admirable trait. Make sure you show how much you appreciate the other person working with you to find the best solution. Take time to evaluate the solution together and express what you like about it. Being appreciative of the positive social interaction and how working together to find the best solution made you feel. Keep an open mind. You made it through a compromise intact! How does it feel? Remember this for next time.

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Glades
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When I try to find something, I always use Google to do so. But when it's something serious - it is better to ask the people who know enough about it. It’s important to keep an open mind — not only for future compromises, but also in all future interactions. Keeping an open mind, being willing to change your expectations, and not trying to be right in the first place might help you avoid arguments in the future. But even if you can’t — at least you know how to compromise! The goal for anybody looking for a relationship is to find that special someone who "completes you," who meshes with your personality and character so well that you coexist in perfect harmony.

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Samuelo
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It's the right decision - to come here, to the guys here, and try to hear all the things that they know all the members of our little community. In the early, passionate stage of a relationship, when you're in the blissful throes of romantic discovery, the world is a wonderful place and the birds sing beautiful melodies in tribute to your new love. It is a feeling incomparable to any other, and naturally you want that to last forever, or at least for as long as possible. You may say you'll do anything to make this relationship last, and you mean it—that's the problem. Compromise is great in small doses, often necessary to smooth over a few rough edges of an otherwise smoothly functioning relationship.

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Obivan
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It is always better to get information from people, than to thumb through thousands of books in search of an answer ... This is our life! Turning down the TV while the other person talks on the phone is no big deal, nor is turning off the TV to give some extra help with errands or chores once in a while. These compromises do not threaten to our core needs, wants, and deepest desires—the reasons we got into a relationship in the first place. It is when we start compromising these essential elements of who we are that the cracks in the foundation of relationship start to show. All this will help your relationship!

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Bimbo
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I hope that my knowledge of the issue will satisfy your interest. A healthy relationship should affirm who each partner is and allow each person to meet his or her needs together with the other. A lesser relationship demands that one or both partners change in a deep and meaningful way to meet the needs of the other, which compromises one or both of the persons involved. In such cases, the compromise serves the relationship, which is backwards—the relationship should serve the persons in it. Talk to any couple and they'll tell you that yes, compromise is part of a relationship.

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