By: Steve Fite
Arguments start simply enough.
One party gets upset by something. Or maybe it’s a bunch of somethings that came to a head and suddenly it seems like the one thing is far more important than it might be.
The other party is confused.
But then they start thinking that if the other person is upset by this, what about all the other things that they let slide by because it didn’t seem important enough to get into an argument.
And now they’re both in an argument armed with the ammunition of everything that singularly didn’t seem worthy of an argument.