Getting over it

I admire the quality of people to get over anything easily. I know some people, my Ma included, who can get over an argument, a fight within minutes.

I, on the other hand, don't get into confrontations easily, but once I do, it takes me quite some time to recover. I ponder, reflect, retrospect, philosophize, and then finally maybe, forget!

I hope I can learn how to cool off easily!

10 comments:

Rohit Talwar said...

Ditto.

deeps said...

applies to me also :)

~ ॐ ~ said...

same to same !!!

Deepu, Subbu me... we better not get into an argument EVER !!!

wo Leh wale types are fine though !!!

Where the hell is pondi :D

Reeta Skeeter said...

Ah that is something I will have to learn too! :|
LOL

B. O'Hemian said...

@RT & Deeps
:) Kya karein?

@Om
You bet! Leh mein argument thodi kiya tha! Woh to hum discuss kar rahe they!

@Reeta Skeeter
The story of our generation, I guess!

Rohit Talwar said...

Beer peene chalte hain dadu.

B. O'Hemian said...

@RT
Chal chalte hain

@Deeps / Om
Where IS Pondi?

Aarbee said...

I don't argue or fight very easily, but it doesn't take much to get over it either. There are other things that are harder to get over.

Hope the 31st teaches you how to cool off easily. :)
But yes, the 'forgive and forget' thingi makes life so much easier.

B. O'Hemian said...

@RB
I am thinking about it... isn't that a start!?!

You really didn't have to rub it in ... about the 31st :-)

Aarbee said...

I think it's a great start. :-)

But what rubbing in? I thought it was me who had such issues as growing old. Aap to ekdum fit type jawaan (if not naujawaan) ho. Chill, and enjoy! :D