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Spend some time talking to your friend and learning about his or her perspective. If there is a small misunderstanding, you will undoubtedly resolve it together. The relationship’s importance to you and your willingness to put out the work to maintain it may need to be considered if there is a significant disagreement. Participate in settling the conflict. Make it clear that you want to work with your friend in finding answers and reconciliation, that you are willing to learn about their viewpoint and are open to doing so. Talk about yourself and how you’re feeling throughout the conversation, using the pronoun “I,” without blaming or condemning the other person. Respect draws other respect. Describe your feelings about the issue to your friend, including any anger, grief, or disappointment. There is seldom just one party at fault in a dispute. Admitting your mistakes will make the other person more receptive to your arguments.Examine them collectively. Next, come to a compromise and pledge to uphold it. Check to determine if the agreement has been followed and the issue has been resolved after some time has passed. Make a comprehensive inventory. Try another option if the first one didn’t work. Warning! The situation must end if you feel threatened by the other person, feel manipulated, or are subjected to violence, harassment, or bullying. Never be reluctant to seek assistance. You can get aid from your professors, parents, or Tel-jeunes.

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