When you're arguing, you're trying to make your point. However there are still mistakes you shouldn't make: Don't be offensive. • There's a difference between playing offense and being offensive. As Abraham Lincoln said: "we should be too big to take offense and too noble to give it". • Exhausting someone else in an argument isn't the same as winning. • Speech can be sticky - sometimes what you say can stick around in people's minds for years, so be very careful with what you say. • Let people speak: don't interrupt other people and let them make their points. This way you'll hear them and they'll give you the same due.
Arguments are about making your own points as well as listening to others. However when you exhaust your opponent by berating them or wearing them down you risk get a 'yes' that is what?