Everyone Argues. Here’s How Persuasive People Do It Differently.

Unless you have Dalai Lama levels of patience and tolerance or hate confrontation, you probably engage in arguments on a fairly regular basis.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing; A 2010 study out of the University of Michigan found that a little arguing here and there can be good for your health,and that avoiding conflict brings on more stress the next day than engaging in an argument.

Still, there’s a right and wrong way to air your grievances and make your point. Below, therapists and communications experts reveal how persuasive people navigate conflict.

Read the full article in HuffPost

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