What I Was Taught About Differing Opinions from General Conference

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  1. Jill W says:

    What an insightful observation and practical way to apply it to your own life.

  2. Jenny says:

    I love how you’ve chosen to handle this stuff now. I am very much that same way. And I get really emotional in any kind of argument and then it makes me look weak and I get even more mad. My cousin used to tell me to just say “you might be right” in those kinds of situations. But I didn’t like that because it made me feel like I was letting them off and agreeing with them. But the way you’ve chosen to answer makes me feel so much better. It gives the other person validation that you listened and they had their moment but the way you live is still your choice.

  3. JEN Garrett says:

    Great point! Now that I ponder the idea, I think I’ve done this throughout my life. A lot of my marriage is about understanding and noting that two people have some together from differing backgrounds and opinions. But if anyone asks, my hubby’s always right. ๐Ÿ˜‰