I kept pondering whether this is actually a form of communication or just a lack thereof. But, I think that is the point of this entire collection. The way we communicate is never solely positive or negative. It is an ebb and flow of our thoughts, emotions, and reactions to both. More times then maybe we would like to admit, as a social population we let our feelings get the best of us. Is an argument purely reactionary? Or has it become the only way some of us can communicate when we are upset? I do not believe yes is the answer to either of these questions. Arguments I believe serve a purpose for further exchange. They can be the ice breakers to a larger knowing. Or, brings light to a misunderstanding. Arguments are not to be avoided, in my opinion, if you listen, truly listen, arguments can lead to healing. Embrace the argument when it arrives.