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‘Learn to compromise’

Well, this topic has a broader explanation and perhaps I have explained ¼ of it. Though give it a read. I have shared a brief account of the happenings from my life, an analytical description. And I believe, almost all human beings have to compromise in one or the other way, have to compromise once in life. And without compromising once, they must had to or have to embrace failure. And this is what I wrote is partially from my experiences after failure or lack of compromising attitude and hence in several ways I had to confront my failures in various ways. So I tried to express my feelings towards this phrase, Learn to compromise. Hope this article help…

Learning to compromise isn’t difficult if we develop ‘patience’ and successively ‘peace’ will dominate our mind and can control any challenging situation. When we learn to compromise, life becomes easy… Similar to one emotional saying, “It is better to put a fake smile, rather than explaining the reason why you were crying”. But that doesn’t mean, we should hold on our sorrows tightly within our self, crying to the deepest… Share your feelings, which will make you feel relief, you could barely tie some of them, remaining sensations will spontaneously flow, and roll down along with your tears. You can’t stop! And I say, no need to compromise holding your feelings inside you.

At first, ‘Learn to compromise’ includes; admitting your mistakes! The most important and commonly understood definition of the above phrase. And several times it has been proved that this definition is correct. Understanding a minute misunderstanding is visibly acceptable and refurbishing relations makes quite prodigious adjustment and it is highly appreciable. That proves that the person or the relation is more important than his or her ‘ego’! And this is highly useful in relationships, nowadays. The second point goes, understanding people’s mind when they try to convey any kind messages. This can be done precociously; by keenly taking a note of their words or actions, should catch out by observing their instincts. Try it in a meek way… Third way to acquire this, is to clear your negativity and bring positive vibes into your life which will surely make you feel remarkably better and successful also during your hard times. Negative thinking is unhealthy and it cause mental pressure, damaging your brain cells affecting in numerous ways (depends upon person-to-person, different needs for different people). Take deep breaths, smile when you are angry and start doing something you love to do(my advice is to better sleep, or forcefully try to sleep, use headphones for playing your favourite music, it will start dominating your anger and is quite beneficial as a healing therapy ), it keeps ‘positivity’ flowing through your veins and thus controls anger. It helps, and also improves your emotional level to affect strongly while dealing with mental stability. Hence, it builds up fresh energy or you can ‘dynamism’ to resume your daily activities. Try to minimize conflicts with people around you (includes each person you meet in a day). Fourthly, avoid Prejudice Judgements (also, by another name is preconception or assumptions!) while in matters related with friends, family and in terms of relationship too. Stabilise conflicts through understanding in a calm environment. If the other person doesn’t listen, or lose patience then the speaker should stay quiet. And let the other person realize, your silence! Or give them some time and space but don’t disturb them until they recover into normal state. The fifth, the last but not the least, it is not necessary that ‘sacrifice’ has to be equal to ‘compromise’. But at times, these two words combine and emerge to form a concrete concept known as ‘selfless struggle’. In a simple definition, ‘Learn to compromise’, means to give up something one wants, in order to reach an agreement (Google it in case you are not sure). Settling a dispute by mutual concession. A responsibility requited in a suitable manner, by understanding or by accepting all the jazz.

We just need to learn when to keep quiet and when to speak. Say ‘sorry’ when needed (realizing our mistake at first) and we shall learn to adjust with difficult situation, whatever life provides. Understand situations and try to discuss in a calm way, instead of complaining about each other, in terms of relationship but also include family discussion or conversation with any people. These are some of the possible ways we can learn to compromise.



Hii! You are meeting a writer here. I am doing my bachelors currently and in 2 years I am going to graduate. Listening to music, watching psychological thrillers, writing and photography are among the list of things I am really passionate about! As a college student, life has been hectic so I barely get some free time to involve myself in hobbies and doing little things which makes me feel motivated and happy, although I do make some fun time from the busy schedule, enjoying, exploring and expressing within my personal space. And I'm very fond of aesthetic stuffs, may it be arranging the pinterest boards or my camera clicks... anything where beauty flows naturally spreading joy with a tint of delicacy, mystery, art and knowledge. Hunger for knowledge always had me pondering over infinite 'hows' and 'whys'... Much love for my readers<333

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