Why can't we all just get along? Well, it's not really that simple. There are many different factors that come into play when dealing with people. For example, I know a few people that really are friends but there is a problem because they are polar opposites of each other on most issues. When dealing with people like this; you need to realize that there will be fights.
Do you remember what the war was about? That was all people yelling at one another. There were no relationships, and people were getting physical because they disagreed with one another. Of course, it didn't end there because the war ended and those involved were horrible people and very rude.
As humans, we need to be able to disagree without being nasty and being violent. There are going to be arguments and disagreements in life. Why can't we get along with people? What are some of the different issues that cause conflicts in relationships?
Arguing can happen on an intellectual level as well as a personality level. There are people who will never argue with another person because they feel that it is a waste of time. They don't see the argument as an opportunity for them to learn something new or get their point across to someone else. They will tell the other person, "I'm tired of you!" Or they might even tell the other person, "I'm fed up of you!"
When people get along, they feel a sense of pride and satisfaction that comes from communicating with another person. This is because they realize that they are not arguing with the other person but they are simply communicating with that person. They are sharing their thoughts, feelings, and problems. The other person then has an opportunity to learn something new and get his or her point across in a better manner than if the person had not communicated with the other person.
It's human nature to want to criticize something and have a reason why we're angry about something. Why can't we look at the situation from a different perspective and find a good reason to be angry? Why can't we instead say, "Look I understand what you're upset about, but let me help you through this so that you can get better as you go along?" This may not always work but it's certainly better than pointing fingers and saying things like, "You shouldn't be mad at me!" This will cause more people to be mad and may cause the problem not to go away.
People also argue because they have a few reasons why they're mad. We all have reasons, and some of those reasons could be valid. However, if the reasons that we have been invalid, it's going to get old real fast. Instead of pointing out the flaws in their arguments, why not try to find the good reasons that they have for being angry. When we find reasons to be upset, it might just give us a little push to get ourselves to behave a little better.
Why can't we all just get along? If we can get along with others when we disagree with them, we'll find that it's much easier to be successful in life. Why is it so hard to communicate with people? Sometimes, we need to vent and not fight. By listening to each other and finding common ground, we should be able to get along in no time.
Another reason why people argue is that they don't like each other. By acting this way, it creates animosity in the room. This leads to arguments, which only makes it harder for us to get along with our peers. So, instead of acting this way, why not try to see the situation from the other person's point of view?
Arguing with people is actually one of the best ways that we can learn to deal with each other. When we are able to come to an understanding of each other's reasoning, it makes it a lot easier to communicate. Instead of arguing with people, we can ask questions and find out what their reasons are. When we know what their reasons are, we can then try to find ways to help solve the problems that they are having. The more we can understand each other's reasoning, the better chance we have to solve arguments in a civil manner.
The last reason that we argue is that we believe that we are right and our partner is wrong. This creates animosity between the two of us and soon it turns into a larger fight than before. If you want to get along with your co-workers or your friends, you have to stop believing that you are right and your partner is wrong. Both of you must be willing to compromise on the things that are important to each of you.