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Debate; Argument

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Question: Dear Rabbi, To put it mildly, my father and I don’t agree very often. In fact, our discussions often burst out into mutual, full-blown frontal attacks, very stressful for my mother and sisters as well. What can I do? Response: Yes, it can be a p...
It is always possible to discuss and settle differences in a friendly way, inasmuch as all are imbued with the same ideals and have the same goal in mind.
Even if we feel it necessary to take another person to court, ensure it remains a “case” and does not descend into a “quarrel.”
When he will see that she doesn't want to argue and fight, his desire to argue will also weaken and decrease over time.
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