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    I had to answer all of these questions hypothetically, cause I don't fight. :p

    I got 100.
     
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    My argument style, told in pictures:

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    I never fought anyone before. Argue, yes. Fight, no. Nonetheless, I scored 85.
     
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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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    ROFL. I'll consider myself warned.

    *inch inconspicuously toward the door*

     
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    69 but I found taking the test from my experience didn't account for a partner that has mental health issues. We couldn't have a fair fight as much as I wanted to discuss difference calmly. I'd call for time out but wasn't given space until she was satisfied her point was heard and conversely if I wanted to talk and she didn't she would just shut down all communication. Another words it takes two to have a good arguing style within a relationship.
     
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    Yah, I'll freely admit this test is crap, it does take two.

    Sometimes I link in crap, sorry :D
     
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    Awesome! My sis does that, she'll be adamantly disagreeing on some point, someone will start trying to logic-ise the conversation and all of a sudden she’ll back flip and agree with everything said, if I throw in something random and ridicules at that point and she willingly agrees I know she’s blocking her ears and laughing at everyone on the inside :D
     
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    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] 96[​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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