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    Snapshot Report[​IMG]Positive fighting tactics[​IMG][​IMG] 73[​IMG][​IMG]You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    Positive Arguing Style: 63
    You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together.

    D: I don't think they have a different result. I look for long fights because its a healthy part of a relationship to fight.
     
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    I scored 78

    You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    Jasmine

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    No, there is.

    I got 20-something with my result. It basically told me I was a jerk and I should listen when having a fight. :m082:
     
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    90!

    Woohoo!

    I score so well because I am freakishly adversive to conflict of any kind. Which is why the last relationship with Mr. INTP-Who-Can't-Control-His-Tone-And-Who-Always-Feels-The-Need-To-Figure-Out-Who-Is-Most-To-Blame didn't work. By the end, I was just intuiting who he wanted me to be just to avoid the crazy fights.

    Yeah for getting a new job and RUNNING THE FRAK AWAY.

    </overly personal rant >
     
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    I love overly personal rants. I partake in them all the time :)
     
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    Oh dear, I got 59...THAT isn't good!

    I admit that I'm very bad about holding grudges. I don't bring them up in arguments where they aren't relevant, but they still bother me on the inside. I'm very good about being respectful during an argument (I don't swear, or strike where I know it hurts.) but I can be stubborn about compromise. It depends on the issue if I'm willing to bend.

    It's a good thing that I don't usually argue with anyone! If I know that a friend/relative and I don't agree on a subject, I avoid discussing it. For example, my dad is a homophobe and I hate it, but I know I can't change his mind, so I let it lie.
     
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    94 out of 100

    I really dislike fighting so I hope I don't get into a lot of them when I'm dating/married. I'd rather peacefully discuss the differences in our opinions instead of yelling. :(
     
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    Snapshot Report[​IMG]Positive fighting tactics[​IMG][​IMG] 84[​IMG][​IMG]You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together. Way to go!
     
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    Snapshot Report [​IMG]Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 92 [​IMG][​IMG] You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together. Way to go!

    I try my best to be a pacifist..I really dislike conflict
     
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    Snapshot Report [​IMG]Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 72 [​IMG][​IMG] You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    Snapshot Report [​IMG]Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 81 [​IMG][​IMG] You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 74 [​IMG][​IMG] You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    Snapshot Report [​IMG]Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 70 [​IMG][​IMG] You often engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This might keep fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can generally avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together.
     
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    Snapshot Report [​IMG]Positive fighting tactics [​IMG][​IMG] 88 [​IMG][​IMG] You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together. Way to go!
     
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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] Arguing Style Test Snapshot Report[​IMG]Positive fighting tactics[​IMG][​IMG] 81[​IMG][​IMG]You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together. Way to go! [​IMG]
     
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    Snapshot Report[​IMG]Positive fighting tactics[​IMG][​IMG] 86[​IMG][​IMG]You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you
     
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    You tend to engage in arguing behaviors that can help end a fight quickly and satisfactorily for both parties. This probably keeps fights from being drawn out longer than necessary because you can avoid misunderstandings. By listening carefully, looking for solutions and apologizing, you are able to communicate effectively with your partner. These tactics serve to reassure your partner that you’re working together towards a common goal. Couples who rely on positive tactics when fighting improve their overall satisfaction with their relationship and are more likely to stay together. Way to go!
     
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