In this episode of the Anger Secrets Podcast, host Alastair Duhs discusses the pitfalls of trying to “be right” all of the time.
Drawing from over 30 years experience teaching over 15,000 men and women to control their anger, Alastair advises listeners that instead of “being right”, it is more useful to concentrate on understanding others’ perspectives.
Alastair shares a story of a truck driver who, after listening to this advice, managed to control his road rage by using this advice.
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00:08 The Purpose of the Anger Secrets Podcast
00:45 A Story of Road Rage
02:10 The Importance of Not Needing to Be Right
03:40 How to Handle Arguments
04:32 The Impact of the New Approach
05:20 Applying These Lesson to Relationships
05:45 The Dangers of Always Wanting to Be Right
06:47 Final Thoughts
07:20 Conclusion and Farewell