Arguments can range from senseless bickering to full-fledged personal attacks. To avoid the latter, I often tell people to refrain from raising their voices; there’s just something about shouting that tends to escalate an argument. But even if you know that, in the heat of the moment and when you feel like you’re not being heard, the urge to yell is natural. So do you yell when you fight?
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