Analysis of the causes of the conflict

A conflict situation with someone close to you is usually evokes strong emotions from both sides of the argument. You and your father may feel resentment, anger, irritation, fear and other negative emotions. To get rid of them as soon as possible to resolve the dispute.

Try to start to objectively analyze the reasons causing the disagreement with your father. Who do you think is to blame in this situation? Why? Remember that, in addition to the obvious reasons, your parent could their actions be guided by any ulterior, unknown motives. Maybe he wanted to make it better for you, but did not consider some moments.

If you think that your father has no right for mistakes, remember that he is the same person as all. You should not demand too much from loved ones, it is not necessary to idealize them. Remember that on Earth there is no one perfect person, everyone at least once in life makes mistakes.

Steps to reconciliation

Invite your father to the conversation. If he does not agree, do not insist, most likely, the person just isn't ready to discuss the situation. Wait for a convenient moment and repeat your attempts.

If your father would agree to talk, choose a time and place where you would not hurt anybody. Think in advance about what you say to him. Do not start a conversation with accusations and allegations, if you believe in the conflict, blame your father. Try to calmly and clearly explain your point of view. In conversation, emphasize the point that you are grateful to your parent for his valuable advice and care for you, but you are grown and have the right to choose their own path, even if erroneous, by yourself.

If your father is too authoritarian position in relation to you, gently point him to this and say that such Hyper and distrust cause you pain. Bring strong arguments and arguments to protect your point of view. Hold firmly and confidently, it is not necessary to yell and to get involved in a verbal argument. Not to the superfluous will remind your father of his youth, that he too must have made mistakes. And if you do wrong, you accept full responsibility for their mistakes.

In that case, if you have offended your father and repent, and sincerely ask his forgiveness. Tell him about what was wrong that you love and respect him.

Reconciliation with the father will contribute not only a serious and calm talk, but any expression of your love and respect towards him. And better if they are to be expressed not only by words, but by deed. To smooth over the situation, invite him fishing, get together some other interesting work.

I appreciate and respect your loved ones and especially parents. Remember that often they don't show resentment to their children silently suffering from their neglect, disrespect, etc. Learn to forgive – even if you think that fighting is not your fault, make yourself the first steps to reconciliation.