Compromising Opinions Maintains Close Relationships


Compromising Opinions Maintains Close Relationships

A Daily OM Post

In a world where people tend to have strong, individualistic opinions about life, it is compromise that allows us to maintain close relationships. When we acknowledge and accept that our preferences are no more or less important than those of the people we care about, we can approach conflict from a place of conciliation. We are open to negotiations and do not feel terribly slighted when we do not get our way. Instead, we derive joy from the knowledge that our choices have played an instrumental role in the maintenance of our loved ones’ happiness and satisfaction. In this way, we establish an atmosphere of harmony that is shielded from the stresses the world can levy on relationships. Your willingness to compromise will ensure that the bonds you share with others remain flexible as well as strong.

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