Hall's Rules of Social Order

Hall’s Rules of Social Order # 257

27 September, 2010 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

There should always be a point or objective to arguing. Arguing for the sake of arguing or even pure self entitlement is just silly and possibly destructive. If you can’t offer a potential resolution on your own, or if you can’t think of something the other side can offer to resolve the conflict, then you’re not ready to begin the argument. You should be prepared to identify the problem and offer peace, otherwise, you’re just complaining.