50 Things to Know About Arguing, by Daniel Nelson, aims to be a practical guide to having better, more constructive, and less hurtful arguments and discussions. If you’re tired of having stressful, angry spats that don’t seem to go anywhere, this audiobook might be for you.
It’s important to note there is more than one definition of the word argument, and both senses of the word arguing will be discussed here. Arguing in the first sense of the word is a verbal war, a shouting match, an angry battle of opposing views. The second sense of arguing is philosophical in nature, referring to a presentation of reasons to adopt a position.
Both definitions still involve trying to convince another person of your point of view, to see your reasoning and be persuaded by it. The aim of this audiobook is to help you deal with both kinds of arguments.
Within the following audiobook, you’ll learn how to argue more effectively and to create more compelling points and cases. You’ll also learn how to argue more kindly, to treat others with respect, and to avoid escalation.
You’ll be glad to have listened to it, so pick up a copy as soon as you can.