Often our opinion does not coincide with the outlook (sights) of others. It is extremely unprofitable to oppose yourself constantly to each and every one: it is better to compromise. It allows you not to completely abandon your own interests and at the same time to meet another person or group of people. To compromise, you must first carefully analyze the situation, weigh all the positive and negative aspects of each of the possible solutions and find the best way out (the middle ground) in order to feed the wolves and all the sheep. This eloquent expression perfectly reflects the idea of a compromise. In this case, a compromise solution is to find an alternative food for wolves. That is, you will have to sacrifice some other resource to feed the wolves, and the wolves, in turn, will give up the idea of eating sheep, satisfied with the alternative you offer (another food). If a person looks at a phenomenon subjectively (based on personal priorities), then it will be difficult for him to assess the whole situation and find a suitable solution, because he will always put forward his own interests at the forefront. And in order to be able to compromise, you need to learn how to sacrifice some of your interests for a common cause, the benefits of business in general or other activities in which conflicting moments are possible.
Of course, surely that compromise is an important thing from all in relations between two adult persons...especially if to talk about those, who are trying to build the strong relations, the real comitment.. definitely, the main opportunity for all of it is the real conversation, the one which is about everything what concerns each member of relations... ! at this poi, I am utterly convinced that here has to be the time in the life of every couple, where someone is dominated..it si the normal practice, like in the relations between straight people too...yeah, that is the normal option I guess...and the main thig is to be open and honest for everything what is happening between two people.
Ohh that is really hard not to agree that the process of finding the compromise is serious and pretty tough. and as well as in any normal and ordinary family, it happens to me too - we are fighting fro some reason, of course, not severely serious, but the conversation can lead to some unpleasant consequences and therefore, we all are looking for the opportunity to make it all for the best after a while! and I am able to get the compromise, honestly speaking, the offer of working the problem out usually (or to be more correct - always) comes only form me! and you know, I feel really okay about it, nothing scares me in fact. and that is awesome!
for how many times I have been thinking about this and for how many times I failed to follow the rule of making the compromise... in my personal point of view, that is more than just important to have the ability to find the thing, which we tend to call "compromise"... therefore, eventually, the question aroused in my mind... why do we fail to make compromises..?! maybe that was because of the necessity to have the special person for whom we are able to see some ways out of the whole trouble the relations are going through... but that can easily happen also to friends, relatives and others... be thoughtful and take care of what you have.
Relations with the guy is cool. And it's very hard work. I think you must work on your relationship. One must be able to hear each other and trust each other. . You must make concessions to each other and be able to hear each other. In relations, personal opinion has the right to exist - undeniably. But it should not become a personal opinion of a partner. While you both do not understand that it is necessary to make concessions in order not to destroy relations, your quarrels will be meaningless cries. . A quarrel came. To begin with, remember: the conflict does not arise when one is not right. Conflict is a clash of interests. Hence, both are to blame. And the solution will be something that will satisfy both - in fact, a compromise.
Practically all couples have some misunderstandings in their relationships. And usually they are trying to find a compromise. If you really love each other then it wouldn;t be difficult for you. But if one of the partners do not want a compromise, he wants the partner to be subdued to him. He'll do everything for you to think to be wrong and to do what he wants. If it is so, then do not continue your relationships.
Greetings, people) Well, like this, do not know how or do not know how to compromise !? It means not to rest against your point of view until you lose your pulse, as if you would not argue with the person closest to you but with the worst enemy, but go for compromise and not start a conversation at a dead end, agree with your opponent) it is always worth proving your rightness or that only your beliefs are true, just do not argue and give in to the partner to be so right. And that what you first gave in, next time maybe he will take such a step, tell him at the right time.
Well, I don't know whether I am right or not, but when couples are in disagreement, each partner tries to prove that he or she is right. Doing this increases the distance between the two of you. Remember that trying to be right can make the relationship lose. Think like a team—each player must contribute to the win. If one player loses, everyone loses. Compromise provides a chance for the relationshipTo reach a mutually beneficial solution, it may be a good idea to take a step back and view the situation more objectively. to win rather than just one of you. If you keep this in mind during an argument, you are more likely to reach a solution that benefits the well-being of your relationship.The next time you and your partner are vying to be right, take a breather and consider what being right is doing for the relationship as a whole. Don't allow your pride to weaken your bond with your spouse. Try to reach the resolution that fosters growth and success for the relationship.
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.
But you should also include your brains. Sometimes the best option comes to us unexpectedly. When you get two people merging and sharing their lives, communication isn't the only necessary skill to navigate all that and stay happy together...compromise is a big part of it too.
Unhealthy compromise feels a lot like a subtraction, like you're the only one giving up things and getting nothing or not much back. If this one-sided relationship continues, the lack of balance breeds resentment and anger and in the end the relationship won't survive - happily, or at all.
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