Will you please stop fighting?

The Christian Science Monitor

There are times when the sobering realization comes that perhaps the only difference between a heated argument and war is the number of people involved. It doesn't take weapons to destroy. And a conflict on any scale doesn't have to be "public" in order to have a detrimental effect on others.

But what do you do when arguments drag on, and good friends can no longer see eye to eye, and relationships look threatened?

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