“He’s so bullheaded”. “She’s so stubborn.” Some have said that standing your ground, no matter what, shows strength. Does stubborn “strength” resolve problems or is it more a need to be right, because being anything less than right might appear to be weakness. Is it possible that both partners can be right at the same time? If that is possible, then how can two right opinions resolve differences? Ask these 4 simple questions and see if by combining the best of each person’s perspective, a third right opinion can be found to bring harmonious compromise to the matter. Click the title link to learn more.