How do you manage with people who have a different opinion than yours?

January 17, 2008 8:45pm CST
Do you argue, let it slide, etc?
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5 responses
@mjweed21 (693)
• Philippines
18 Jan 08
Sometimes, I do argue with them but more often I'll just listen. They are also to be respected when airing their own opinions. In fact, there's no such thing as a wrong opinion. It depends upon how a person percieve a certain situations.
18 Jan 08
Yeah, that' how I am sometimes. As long as people respect my opinions, then I will respect theres.
@mjweed21 (693)
• Philippines
18 Jan 08
But sometimes, we can help to really insist our views. We do everything just to make them buy our opinions.
18 Jan 08
That can lead to the point where a person wouldn't believe in their selves when it comes to having an opinion...correct?
@candytang (341)
• China
18 Jan 08
I think that's depends,if his opinion is right and has it reasons ,I think I would agree with it ,or I will have my opinion at that point.
18 Jan 08
Thanks for responding, but I don't think an opinion can be right. It's all personal preference.
@urbandekay (18280)
24 Jan 08
Generally, I leave their photo and name with a wad of money in used banknotes in a brown paper bag by a bench in the park, soon I hear no more from them all the best urban
• United States
19 Jan 08
Depending on eho the person is, I might let it slide... but some people like to say irrational things just to start up an arguement. thanks for the post
@socorban (650)
• United States
18 Jan 08
Everyone is entitled to there own opinion, however wrong or right they may be. I choose my battles carefully. If the person is totally arrogant i don't even bother and just walk away with a smirk. However if the person is intellectual i may venture into a friendly debate about the differences of views. I would have to say it gos on a person to person basis.