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    How to disagree

    How to disagree well: Two close friends who have reason to hate each other - BBC News

    How to disagree better - eight tips

    You don't have to agree - disagreeing itself isn't the problem, it's how we do it

    Don't aim for the middle ground - splitting the difference isn't the answer when you fundamentally disagree

    How you talk is more important than what you talk about - "What matters is the dynamic that exists between us," says couples counsellor Esther Perel

    Speak truthfully - to form meaningful relationships what's needed is total honesty

    Listen intently and aim for empathy - it's all about "a willingness to take in what the other person says," says Esther Perel

    Dial down the rhetoric and rein in the insults - "No one in history has ever been insulted into agreement," says Harvard professor Arthur Brooks

    Understand the difference between fact and opinion - opinions are perspectives to be tested against the evidence, not just weapons to be wielded against our opponents

    Go looking for conflict - Then "listen compassionately, give your point of view and express love," says Arthur Brooks

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    8 things that will never happen on CUK.

    #2
    Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
    How to disagree well: Two close friends who have reason to hate each other - BBC News

    How to disagree better - eight tips

    You don't have to agree - disagreeing itself isn't the problem, it's how we do it

    Don't aim for the middle ground - splitting the difference isn't the answer when you fundamentally disagree

    How you talk is more important than what you talk about - "What matters is the dynamic that exists between us," says couples counsellor Esther Perel

    Speak truthfully - to form meaningful relationships what's needed is total honesty

    Listen intently and aim for empathy - it's all about "a willingness to take in what the other person says," says Esther Perel

    Dial down the rhetoric and rein in the insults - "No one in history has ever been insulted into agreement," says Harvard professor Arthur Brooks

    Understand the difference between fact and opinion - opinions are perspectives to be tested against the evidence, not just weapons to be wielded against our opponents

    Go looking for conflict - Then "listen compassionately, give your point of view and express love," says Arthur Brooks

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    8 things that will never happen on CUK.
    I disagree...
    Blog? What blog...?

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      #3
      Complete Horsetulip! ?
      Last edited by GJABS; 24 December 2019, 08:53.

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          #5
          Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
          How to disagree well: Two close friends who have reason to hate each other - BBC News

          How to disagree better - eight tips

          You don't have to agree - disagreeing itself isn't the problem, it's how we do it

          Don't aim for the middle ground - splitting the difference isn't the answer when you fundamentally disagree

          How you talk is more important than what you talk about - "What matters is the dynamic that exists between us," says couples counsellor Esther Perel

          Speak truthfully - to form meaningful relationships what's needed is total honesty

          Listen intently and aim for empathy - it's all about "a willingness to take in what the other person says," says Esther Perel

          Dial down the rhetoric and rein in the insults - "No one in history has ever been insulted into agreement," says Harvard professor Arthur Brooks

          Understand the difference between fact and opinion - opinions are perspectives to be tested against the evidence, not just weapons to be wielded against our opponents

          Go looking for conflict - Then "listen compassionately, give your point of view and express love," says Arthur Brooks

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          8 things that will never happen on CUK.
          Your opinions are tulip! Really tulip!
          Old Greg - In search of acceptance since Mar 2007. Hoping each leap will be his last.

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            #6
            Much better to just shoot any bar steward who disagrees with you, puts an end to the arguments once and for all. In many ways, cavemen were much more sensible.
            bloggoth

            If everything isn't black and white, I say, 'Why the hell not?'
            John Wayne (My guru, not to be confused with my beloved prophet Jeremy Clarkson)

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              #7
              Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
              Listen intently and aim for empathy - it's all about "a willingness to take in what the other person says,"

              Go looking for conflict - Then "listen compassionately, give your point of view and express love," says Arthur Brooks

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              8 things that will never happen on CUK.
              Actually, that's what seems to be going on behind the scenes by PM. My worst enemies on the public forum are attentive lovers on the quiet.

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                #8
                Originally posted by mb31 View Post
                Actually, that's what seems to be going on behind the scenes by PM. My worst enemies on the public forum are attentive lovers on the quiet.
                If it is NLUK you had better keep quiet. PC will get jealous....

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by xoggoth View Post
                  Much better to just shoot any bar steward who disagrees with you, puts an end to the arguments once and for all. In many ways, cavemen were much more sensible.
                  If I shot bar stewards, I'd have to give up drinking
                  Last edited by ladymuck; 24 December 2019, 12:24.

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