Live harmoniously, disagree healthily.

It’s wise to remember that heaven helps who help themselves.

“Yes, we are all different. Different customs, different foods, different mannerisms, different languages, but not so different that we cannot get along with one another. If we will disagree without being disagreeable.”

~ J. Martin Kohe

How do you get engage in a healthy disagreement?

1. Control your emotions

2. Argue in good faith

3. Stay on topic

4. Timing is everything

5. Respectful and Diplomatic tone and words

6. Take time to listen

7. Be precise and concise

8. Don’t think on winning versus losing

9. Think before you react

10. Be understanding and be compassionate

Feel free to add any of your ways and share so people get more ideas on how to have a healthy disagreement, where and when a relationship and communication could be more constructive and effective for a much more harmonious and peaceful atmosphere.

Live in harmony, disagree healthily. 

If a vulgar man insults a wise man, the wise man closes into an indestructible refuge of patience. 

Reflections during those times I was an “admin Edelweiss”  and had witnessed the virago of  “some particularly worse backstabber people”  striking on other people’s generosity, sensitivity & goodwill.

Ana Angelica Abaya van Doorn writing as Angelica Hopes

Author of the books:

  1. Rhythm of a Heart, Music of a Soul
  2. Landscapes of a Heart, Whispers of a Soul

Angelica Hopes iBooks

One thought on “Live harmoniously, disagree healthily.

  1. Calmly go away and find an exit if the person on the other side starts defining you as a foe, when that person start to lecture you with his politics, doctrines and well crafted high words. In short, avoid any disccussion with theoretically, politically and idealistically filled brain with chauvinistic views against women.

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