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Disagree Statement:What You Say When You Don’t Want To Agree

What You Say When You Reach A Stalemate, And Want To Dig In Your Heels by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Have you ever been in an argument, and the individual with whom you were arguing said something like, “I guess we’ll … Continue reading

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How To Win An Argument

What You Say When Your Opponent Brings Up An Unrelated Issue: A Handy Metaphor by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. You’re in a lively argument, and your opponent asks you a question about a topic that is not relevant to your objective.  … Continue reading

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Winning Arguments

How To Win An Argument:  A Useful Metaphor Sometimes it’s necessary to indicate your lack of involvement in a controversy or a side issue.  Here’s a colorful metaphor that can work well in that kind of situation:  “I don’t have … Continue reading

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