9 Things You’ll Totally Get If You Just Haaaate Fighting!
Apurva LamaFashion Editor, POPxo
Loud arguments and shouting - even thinking about them disturbs your inner peace! You try to stay far far away from confrontations and anything that is likely to stir things up and blow them out of proportion. Here are 9 things you will totally relate to if you hate fighting with people:
1. Ignorance is bliss
While others might start shouting if a random stranger passes rude comments to them, it just does not affect you. You just ignore them and walk on.
2. You get confused when people fight
When you see or hear people fighting and shouting at each other, you just don’t get why they do that...like, you just can’t find any logic attached to it.
3. There is no cure for stupid
If someone is being super-stubborn and trying to get their way even when they’re wrong, you sometimes just let them have their way...because there is simply no cure for stupid and there is no need to waste your efforts trying to fix that.
4. You’re forever being accused of being too submissive
Because you choose to follow the peaceful quiet route, friends and family feel like you give into things too easily and you’re constantly being asked to be more stern.
5. They also think you can’t take care of yourself.
6. Just because you hate fighting, doesn’t mean you can’t! You just choose not to.
And people have no idea! They get shocked during your rare outbursts. They actually get scared! A-HA!
7. And it quickly escalates into something funny because your friends start making fun of you
There is literally no end to it.
8. All-caps Text Stir You Up On The Inside
Whenever people reply to your text using scary capitalized letters, you feel like they are shouting at you in a loud angry voice. Can people stop doing that, please. PLEASE!?
9. You like your peace and will do anything to protect it
Like C. Joybell rightly said, “Choose your battles wisely. After all, life isn't measured by how many times you stood up to fight. It's not winning battles that makes you happy, but it's how many times you turned away and chose to look into a better direction. Life is too short to spend it on warring. Fight only the most, most, most important ones, let the rest go.”