Q. 14.2( 40 Votes )
Is fighting the only way of resolving differences of opinion? What else can be done to reach a mutually acceptable settlement?
Fighting is not the only way to resolve a dispute. The best way to sort things out is to discuss the issues calmly. Everybody has different opinions and they have the right to put their point forward. So, instead of getting frustrated and heated, one must always try to discuss things out.
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