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How to Resolve Dating Conflicts

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Author: Ron Zvagelsky

When you go on a date, it is important to be able to resolve any conflicts that may occur. Two of the most common conflicts that occur on dates deal with race and religion. If you are dating a person that follows a different faith than you, it is important to realize that they will have a belief system that may dramatically differ from your own. Both you and the person you're dating must have an open mind. If you do not, this will cause problems that can not only make the date unpleasant, but it can also stop the relationship from progressing.

The same conflicts can occur among partners who come from different racial or cultural backgrounds. To resolve any conflict that you may encounter on a date, it is first important to have an open mind. Pushing your belief system on another person is an immature form of behavior, and it is something you will want to avoid at all costs. As you date someone, they may make a comment or a statement that you don't agree with. How you respond to it is very important. If you are too harsh or blunt, you may hurt the feelings of the other person. If your date states that they feel a certain way about an issue, ask them why they feel this way.

Asking them this is much more mature than saying "I don't agree with you," or "that doesn't make any sense." More often than not, an individual will elaborate on an opinion they have. You can tell them that you understand why they would feel that way, but you're not sure you agree. You can then elaborate on the previous sentence to explain why. The best way to avoid conflicts on dates is to be open with the person you are dating. Don't be so set in your way of life that you are unwilling to look at things from the perspective of another person. When you behave in this way, you will limit yourself, and you may lose out on an opportunity to build a strong relationship.

No matter what the differences are between you and your date, you should look past these differences and focus on what the two of you have in common. This can allow you to build a strong relationship.

About the author: Ron Zvagelsky has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2006. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of - an new interactive planing website.

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