Decide what you want
It is important to determine what you want to accomplish at the end of an argument. Sometimes, we just indulge ourselves in baseless discussions, which have no purpose at all. They do nothing, but damaging your relationship. Therefore, analyse the entire situation and then decide whether to take part in the argument or not.
Support your argument with facts
Rather than talking about useless things, come to the facts straight away. There are a lot of emotions involved such discussions in a relationship. Although you need to take them into account, don’t forget to support your points with facts.
Gathering evidence could prove to be a key, no matter what sort of argument you are involved in. Let’s say you have found out your girlfriend dating with another boy. Although you will be furious over this situation, there is no need to panic. Make a video of your girlfriend and then discuss the situation with her. If she denies doing such a thing, show her the video evidence. However, make sure that your girlfriend doesn’t get to know about the evidence before the start of the argument.
Make a priority list
There will be a few things, which will be quite important to you. Similarly, some of the points will not make a big difference to you in a relationship. So, you should make a list of important points, which should be discussed with priority. The remaining things can be ignored, if the argument comes to an end.
Listen to the other person
If you wish to continue your relationship, give time to the other person too. An argument is not only about sharing your points. You have to be a good listener too, especially if you wish to end the argument on a positive note. Therefore, have some patience, even if the argument is going against you.