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I Statments

I Statments

Instead of berating or accusing the other person, use "I" statements to express your own thoughts and feelings. For example, instead of saying "You're wrong," say "I disagree." This can help defuse tense situations and make it easier for the other person to hear your perspective.

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Use “I” statements

Use “I” statements

Instead of telling others how awful they are, using ‘I statements’ expresses your own feelings and needs, especially related to the topic that is dividing you.

This creates a peaceful resolution based on meeting each other’s needs. 

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