How to Resolve an Argument
We can all get into arguments but how can you catch things up if the situation gets a bit tense? Daniel J. Layton joins Childline to offer up his tips on how to end arguments and find a compromise.
If you find you are having a lot of arguments, and things are getting out of hand. You should talk to an adult you trust. If you do not feel like there is an adult you trust, you can always talk to a trained Childline counsellor either through their online chat service or their freephone number.
This is a great video from Childline about how to resolve an arguments. We can often say things we don’t mean in arguments and it’s important to know when to stop and apologise.
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