However, this does not mean that the time lost and all is lost, because you can always learn to behave differently and start to communicate normally with other people. This will help advice from experienced psychologists.
1. Before expressing your own opinion on any issue, first few times think about what you're going to say.
2. Learn to listen and understand what others say to the panelists.
3. Always remember that everyone is different and think in different ways. All can be right in their own way, so do not rush to argue.
4. Remember that all people make mistakes, so do not use their mistakes against them.
5. Remember at the start of your problems in communicating with other people and try to understand what was the reason for it.
6. Be sure to understand what exactly do you feel when you deny the words spoken by the interviewee: joy, pride, sadness, irritation, etc If you know what feelings you seize this moment, and the reason for this behavior will become clear.
The reasons for the inability to reckon with other people's opinion
Reasons why people are not able to listen and accept the other's reasons may be several:
1. Selfishness. People with a selfish nature, did not used to accept someone else's opinion except your own. They believe that everything they say is the truth of last resort, and their words are not to be refuted.
2. Children's complexes. Quite often kids suffering from inferiority complex, or undue shyness are not able to find a common language with other people. When they grow up, they become withdrawn, uncompromising, and stubborn, which makes them unable to accept the fact that other people can be right.
3. Improper training and permissiveness. When parents are too busy and do not have enough time to engage with the child, but only buy it for the love and the location, he learns to achieve this by any means. Seeing that parents in all soft on him and not arguing, he realizes his superiority over people and learns to manipulate them. Therefore, in the adult, independent life, he does not know how to listen and to agree with their interlocutors.