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How To Stop Arguing: Dealing With Stress, Anger, Rejection, Conflict, Fighting and Difficult People by [Rain, Amber]
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  • File Size: 1717 KB
  • Print Length: 20 pages
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  • Publication Date: January 16, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HX98QW0
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Stop Arguing. Now. How to Stop Arguing: Dealing with Stress, Anger, Rejection, Conflict, Fighting and Difficult People by Amber Rain is a great tool to help those in a bad situation. Also as it states in the disclaimer: you should adjust your use of the information and recommendations provided accordingly considering that no two situations are exactly alike. Also, I like the formatting of this book. Instead of chapters and long sections or paragraphs and prose, there is simply a list of tips. Though long, the list is quite effective. I am glad that this focuses on you as opposed to your argument partner. The tips can be used in practically every situation and during my reading I can recognize things I have done. The best tip of all is number forty nine in my opinion, just do not skip ahead to read it; all of the tips are really good.
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Easy to follow advice on how to quit fighting and arguing. These tips are really very good. I think the one that has helped me the most is the suggestion to make up my mind that no matter what, I am not going to argue. Before reading this Kindle book I didn't really understand how to have more self control. This book has provided specific direction on how I can quit arguing altogether. Although, I have still been fighting, I am not fighting as much as I was before reading this Kindle book. This means that I have made some progress, which the author says is a good thing. Amber says that change takes time and that I am not always going to do everything perfectly. I have learned how to forgive myself quickly when I do slip and argue. I have also been starting over with new beginnings through letting go of past events.
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When dealing with argumentative people it is often times really, really hard to bite your tongue. This book is so very helpful for both social and business interactions. Every one of us at some point or another encounters an argument with someone. Let’s face it, we are all different so opinions are going to differ! This book gives you 51 possibilities of dealing with an argument or situation that can lead to discourse. The book helps you understand what drives and argument and gives you a road map to take the argument off its travel path. It also guides you in deciphering truths in conversation that lead you into an argument. There is so much in this guide and so much in the 51 points that everyone can benefit from reading this book. Argue no more; find your peace and lower your stress level plus that of the people you interact with . Read this guide, it’s worth it!
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Short and concise, but great advice. The author seems to know what she is talking about. Love that it isn't just about how to stop arguing, but also about how to let go of that anger.
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This was a quick read. There are some tools to help one deal with anger and fighting presented. I think being prepared to cope when things go awry would be great. Perhaps there is something helpful for anyone struggling with bickering inside this short book. Now I will reread it to try to add ideas more concretely when fussing is going on.
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Anyone who has been in any kind of relationship knows that people argue sometimes. Arguing can be healthy, if it's done in a way that is constructive instead of harmful, but when a couple argues too much, there is a problem. This book has a lot of great advice for people on how to deal with issues that cause anger and arguing to crop up between a couple.

While I don't have much of a temper problem, I like to read books like this one in order to keep these kinds of helpful reminders fresh in my mind. One of the things I have observed over the years is that a lot of hurt feelings and arguing stem from pride and selfishness. Arguments happen less often when you take into consideration the other persons feelings over your own. Compromise is at the heart of any good relationship, and if you or your partner are each demanding their own way all the time, people are going to feel things like stress, rejection, and anger. While some anger can be a good thing (it tells us when someone has crossed a boundary we don't like) there are ways to minimize how explosive that anger can be.

Learning to control your own self, and take responsibility for your own emotions and not let them control you, is one way to minimize arguing. This book helps the reader to explore their gut reactions and learn how to overcome them in a more healthy way, so that there is less conflict in the relationship. In my opinion, every person should read this book at some point in their lives.
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I am a mom, girlfriend, daughter, and entertain several bosses through various jobs. There is not a day that goes by unless I am wholly by myself, locked in the bathroom, that I don't feel stressed. I try to plan out a weeks worth of life for a few different people while dealing with the day to day curve balls that life always seems to throw.

I needed to find something to help me get myself in order, and Amber always seems to have something great. While the books does lean more towards arguments and keeping from fighting, it does help connect with stress. Sometimes when you have too much pent up stress every conversation can become a fight, and you hurt people along the way without thinking about. "How to Stop Arguing" helped me realize I could take the time in my conversations, not just give out rapid fire answers. When you slow down, and think about what you are doing, you find it easier to deal with everything around you.

Amber's book helped me find better ways to say my thoughts, and helped me become more positive in my dealings. When I am positive, I find that others around me are happy as well! While the stress isn't completely gone, I found that I am breath a little lighter, and deal with a lot more curve balls.
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