Can anyone recommend some online resources about proper "argument"/discussion techniques? I've realized during this divorce and upon reflection on my marriage through therapy, that I could have inherited some bad fighting habits from my parents. They argue an awful lot and I see that now, particularly since I'm living with them. Is it possible to change these habits? I know sometimes people attribute it (the fighting) to the fact that they were with the "wrong" person or that you "never fight" with the right person: do you think this is true? Or is there a situation where you learn the right way to argue?
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