It’s okay to disagree, but there’s a way to do it without being disagreeable. Note to self: especially apply these suggestions when disagreeing with my wife.

Michael King

No two people always agree. Sooner or later there will be something that wedges between them and causes a rift. They will disagree, sometimes mildly and the matter can be resolved with an arch of the eyebrows and a nod of the chin, but sometimes they will disagree vehemently and each side will dig in their heels, roll up their sleeves, and prepare for battle.

Disagreements are a part of life. I have my opinion, you have yours, they clash . . . the makings of a disagreement. There’s little we can do to avoid these types of conflict, what we can control, however is how we handle disagreements. And how we handle them will reveal a lot about our character.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when you disagree that will keep you from being disagreeable:

  • Know your position and believe in it. Don’t disagree just…

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