4 Quick Points To Beat The Awkward Blues After A Fight.
Post spat situations can get bitter if not handled with the right mind frame and communication. Here are the four brief points that you shall consider.
Do not stone wall yourself.
Many mistakenly take a step of isolating oneself to calm the stormy vibes, which is normal. Do not do that. Let’s take it this way, if you brush the other off after a spat, he/she would be resistant to approach later with the felt emotion. Rather take an informed space, like “give me some time, If it’s not fine, we shall sort it”
Do not keep the other’s words in your arsenal.
If you want to sail through the bitter buds of the vibes, let go words that were thrown at you in fist of anger. “List-makers never tell their partners what bothers them in the moment," says Michelle Golland, PsyD, a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles. Bringing up an argument too often can lead to talking in circles, not a resolution. Breathe to have the right thoughts circulate at the right.
Do not lose out on chance of listening to the other side of the story.
We take our imaginative ways to reach to a conclusion. Do not lose out on the possibility of the other’s viewpoint. Breathe to use a chance of getting to a conclusion with the other’s investment.
Lose the focus on the fight and relax.
Once the issue is resolved, Lose your focus on it. Do not bring up the issue in any new fight or spat.