How do you describe someone who argues a lot?
There are a plethora of words used to describe someone who is quick to oppose/argue/fight the opinions of others, such as: argumentative, combative, hostile, antagonistic, volatile, pugnacious, bellicose, ornery, confrontational, quarrelsome, contentious, etc.
How do you deal with people who argue?
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How do you change argumentative behavior?
Seek professional help from a counsellor. You can change if you are willing to explore the deeper meaning behind your argumentative nature. It is possible that you lack confidence and a sense of self-worth, and seek it through aggression and arguments; counselling can help you resolve this.
How Do You Talk to an argumentative child?
Do you have any suggestions to help us get along better?” Be willing to hear their perspective with an open mind. Empathize with their grievances (even if you disagree). And acknowledge your part (even if they don’t). Talk through specific challenges and create solutions that work for both of you.