The Importance of Understanding What Underlying Doesn't Mean!
Understanding that you may not agree with someone or something does not mean that you have to agree. Understanding that you may not understand what they are saying doesn't mean that you should be disrespectful and take offense when they say something different than what you think.
When you think that you don't know how something works, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are wrong. Think about your parents, what would their response have been if you told them you thought the television was too big to hold a television? You know, they would probably be happy to hear it, even if they weren't 100% on board with the idea.
If you can get past the point where you disagree with someone's thoughts, you may be able to find common ground. But if you don't, keep in mind that there are probably many reasons why someone disagrees with you.
One common reason for disagreement is simply because someone didn't explain things well enough. If you really want to understand how something works, make sure that you know what it's all about. And if you don't, it will only be your opinion that counts. You need to remember that people who disagree don't want to be understood, they just don't want you to be right.
Another reason that you may not get along can come from differences in opinions about a few different ways of looking at the world. This is especially important in arguments over religion. Some religious people believe that the entire universe was created in 6 days, while others believe there was only one day, and then God created the entire universe in a single day.
Whether you think that God made the universe in one day or in a billion years, it doesn't matter. If you are having an argument, you will have to make sure that both sides have the right understanding of the concept so that you can make a rational decision on which way to go.
And if you can't agree, you need to find another way to reach a conclusion. You can't just agree because you think the other person is wrong. You need to find an alternate viewpoint and come to a better conclusion.
It does not mean that you should be disrespectful when a person agrees with you, it just means that you should listen to what they are saying. and see if there is some reasonable difference between the two thoughts, and then decide whether or not you can work together in the future.
If you don't feel comfortable working out a solution, or you just don't think that your partner is going to like what you say, it does not mean that you cannot be disagreeable. You need to keep yourself from becoming argumentative. This is a sign of insecurity and laziness on your part, so don't do that.
Also, you need to remember that your partner doesn't like to be disagreeable. So do not take this as a sign that your partner is too sensitive or that they are unable to handle conflict. In fact, it may even mean that they do not like to be disagreeable. But that's OK because there are plenty of people out there who are completely unafraid of being the object of other peoples' anger. If your partner is too scared to disagree, then there is an issue.
If you feel that you cannot work out an agreement, then maybe it's time to move on to finding a new love interest or at least a new friend. You may have some issues to work out, but it doesn't mean that you have to stay in love with the person forever.