Let it Go, Let it Flow: 7 People You Should Pick Your Battles With

February 27, 2012 ‐ By madamenoire

By Kendra Koger 

Life is stressful enough that every single issue that is presented to us does not need to turn into an argument.   Sometimes it’s important and very mature to learn how to pick and choose our battles.  Though these topics can be annoying when they’re being brought up, sometimes it’s good to either stop being defensive, remember the good intentions, or placate the person addressing you.   Too many times angry words turn into angry actions and honestly, instead of striving to look like “Bad Girls,” we should be striving to showcase ourselves as women.  To do so, here are some people who arguing with just isn’t worth the time.

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  • Kevin O’Dunn

    I agree with  Ebooker849 brilliant writing and beautiful words, wonderful words and structure. Content is great but the rest makes it beautiful!

  • Ebooker849

    good points what an amazing writer

  • MixedUpInVegas

    Arguing is time-consuming and can be hard work.  Often, keeping quiet is less so.

  • Guest

    Be swift to hear, slow to speak, and slow to wrath. Jas 1:20

  • sunsetssplendor

    Good points. I especially like arguing with the coworkers as I worked with a know it all
    who thought she was the boss. I actually thought she was hilarious and added to
    my daily humor but my coworkers didn’t agree and would pointlessly argue with her.


  • L-Boogie