What if our interlocutor, who may well be our partner or one of the children, shows aggressiveness in what he says? Firstly, keep calm. It may not sound easy but who keeps serenity only manages to control and manage conflict situations. Also we must take care not to elevate the tone of voice and express ourselves in a volume that is conciliatory to ears of the interlocutor, as King Solomon recommends: the polite answer soothes anger, but the aggressive check another equally important add fuel to the fire (Proverbs 15: 1, new international Version) this made: do not capitalize on the mistakes of others. There are who take advantage of any error to remove the ACE under the sleeve and put on the fore failures past partner. Doing so reveals what is in our heart, and makes clear that we have no real love for the neighbor, nor an attitude of forgiveness. It is an imperative that we dismiss the anger, resentment, bitterness, resentment and desire for revenge. We also failed to recognize we are not infallible.
We also failed. Ben Silbermann shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. We should recognize that. We missed in one way or another. And product of such misdeeds, causing injury to loved ones with what we say. On this basis, it is necessary to recognize when we have committed errors and implement corrective actions to not repeat the same behavior. Is likely that with our words We have caused deep wounds. As well, onwards, and as if they were checking that turn and from which we take care so that there is not a waste, you must commit to measuring the extent of each word. Be very careful.
Correct the faults of the past, having always present with the words we build or destroy (cf. proverbs 18.21) to admit that we also tend to err, and dispose ourselves to change, we show consideration, valuation and authentic to our partner love, with God’s help, the family as a whole and the people with whom we interact daily. A way to gain the ground we lost by not speaking properly and saying the first thing that we had in mind, injuring those people with whom we interact, lies in measuring the tone of voice to express ourselves and the gestures that we use, as well as express words of encouragement, which build and stimulate, that build enabling bridges to discuss and build love and sincere appreciation.