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Dos personas pueden ser la gente buena, agradable, aún todavía tener un desacuerdo. A veces una relación puede ser recuperada, tal vez de un modo ligeramente diferente, pero puede ser recuperado y toJust because there has been a falling out does not mean that the relationship is irreparable. Two people can be good, nice people, yet still have a disagreement. Sometimes a relationship can beretrieved, maybe in a slightly different way, but it can be recovered and still be a part of our lives.

- Learning to handle disharmony in relationships is an important life lesson for everyone.Maybe reflecting on the importance that the friendship has had until now, talking through the different issues or perhaps instead agreeing to disagree and moving on from them can be a useful skill tolearn for other life situations.

- Often our individual friends are a part of our bigger circle of friends. Falling out with one friend can put a strain on the group dynamic as people struggle toeither remain neutral or find themselves drawn into the dispute. Trying to see the bigger picture can sometimes help to put minor issues into perspective. There are two sides to any disagreement, both withtheir own validity. Deciding if it is really worth the ensuing tension can help put arguments into perspective.

- Life is too short. In the grand scheme of things how relevant is it to stick toour point of view and remain aggrieved? If we heard that the other person had problems, was ill or had encountered some misfortune would we still feel as annoyed with them? Pondering the answer to thatquestion can be helpful.

- Learning to be aware of warning signs in the future with relationships can be valuable. Reflecting on what went wrong from our personal point of view can help us to beaware of similar situations developing in the future. Then we can learn to spot the signals and determine to handle them more constructively whenever they occur. We can protect ourselves, but look to...
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