This is why you shouldn’t argue if you’re angry


We’ve all been told not to argue when you’re mad because you’ll end up shouting things you don’t really mean and making a big mess.

1. You think everyone is against you

When you’re angry, an argument becomes about the person and not the situation. A person loses control not only of their emotions but their beliefs as well due to the inner workings of the brain. Psychologists believe that when you are in a bad mood, you tend to take anyone’s words or gestures to be insulting. We’ll only end up shouting at our opponent even more without a reason. And all of this will lead to the end of the relationship.

2. You could say hurtful things you don’t even mean

Staying in an argument when you are angry could push you to say mean things that you wouldn’t ordinarily say. Arguing when you are angry is never advisable, and some of the things you’d say could be hurtful things you don’t even mean, and you can never take them back.

3. You won’t be able to listen to your opponent

Anger blunts your ability to be rational. That’s why during the argument you think worse of the other person than you would when you are calm. That is the reason you literally don’t want to listen to others. When angry you will tend to complain a lot rejecting the oppositions clams.

So! Finally, don’t get angry and if you are angry then don’t argue because it can break relationships