Don’t raise your voice

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I can really learn from this. There is no need to lose patience just because one isn’t being understood. Let’s reflect. Let’s take a step back and get our thoughts straight. Yelling is just going to turn the other person off and they will eventually tune you out. To make a good argument, I can learn to get directly to the point. “This is why I do not like this…” “This makes me uncomfortable because…” Whatever the argument, let’s take a step back and think before we yell.

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