7 reasons to avoid arguments on social media

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Often times, a completely innocent comment the wrong way and offence, some , they become advocates, arguing out something that is really of no concern to them. The truth though is there’s really no point getting into a debate, because you’ll end up getting frustrated. Plus you’ll rarely convince anyone that you’re right. Sometimes these argument get ugly. Here are a few reasons why you should steer clear of arguments :

1. Pointless

What’s the point of getting an argument that eventually gets you nowhere. You can’t win an online argument, so don’t waste your time. Besides, can be much aggressive the anonymous internet than they would to your face, so do yourself a favour and just ‘pass by’.

2. Spirals out of control

Internet arguments can quickly escalate, therefore the best is to graciously refuse to engage the process. If you reply someone, they could pick apart what you say; you then answer them, and on it goes. Stop the argument before it develops and accept that you aren’t going to agree.

3. cares

They don’t know you, so why worry about what a stranger thinks of you?. It’s smart to adopt an attitude that it doesn’t matter what someone you’ll, very likely, never even meet thinks of you. Just let it go and move on. You have important things to worry about.

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4. Misunderstanding

Arguments can develop on the internet because of a misunderstanding. Due to the limits of the written word, easily misunderstand what another person has said. So If you see this happening, back off and no part in the discussion – and don’t keep monitoring it to see what they say next. It doesn’t matter what they say.

5. Waste of  time

Do you really want to waste your precious time arguing with strangers about things that don’t really matter? There are far productive and enjoyable ways to spend your life, so find positive things to do and ignore the people are determined to find fault with the opinions of others.

6. Being right

Are you one that always wants to prove you’re right? If you find yourself in this position, stop and think twice – so what if they are (in your opinion anyway) wrong? Maybe they are, maybe they’re not – but neither of you are going to convince each other, so let it go.

7. Unpleasant

Finally, it can be pretty unpleasant to get into an argument on . It’s also not very social! Why subject yourself to unpleasant experiences? People think and say what they want to, and it won’t always be the same as you. Everyone’s entitled to own opinion, whatever it be, remember its a free platform. Don’t get worked up over it.

(Source: Happenings.com)