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- Print Length: 20 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HX98QW0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,468 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
How To Stop Arguing: Dealing With Stress, Anger, Rejection, Conflict, Fighting and Difficult People Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent ideas! Many I have implemented over the years..it was good to have someone else reiterate that these ways to stop arguing with an alcoholic work sometimes, and that's... Read morePublished 4 days ago by bflu
Very short and to the point! Good reminders to print and refer to when you feel yourself falling back I told habits.Published 2 months ago by Mary M.
I liked studying this book. I will try some of its suggestions for dealing properly with somewhat rude relatives. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Blackrosephantom
This book really hit on many of the things I struggle with when a conflict arises, which is just about every day. My partner has a drinking problem and wants to argue a lot. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Henry Grover
This book had exactly what I needed to hear. I'm constantly being blamed for things that I didn't cause. When this happens I always end up arguing to defend my character. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jeff Walker
While the points were mostly helpful; the "book" was just that, points. No introduction, paragraphs, conclusion, etc. Not worth the $3 I spent.Published 11 months ago by Aaron M
The first tip in this book will be the hardest one for me, I am addicted to arguing. I get such an adrenaline rush when I argue that I think my body craves the hype! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Larry Au
The advice provided in the book about avoiding conflict is valid, but it seems the book stops in the middle of a thought! It is a tiny 20-page book that its title misadvertises. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Marcia H.
My solution: just shut up when the spouse gets her panties in a wadPublished 17 months ago by The Discriminating Consumer
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