WhiteHawk wrote:Is it me, or do conversations that touch emotional chords result in the Taiwanese person arguing relentlessly and illogically, blowing reams of rhetorical questions, with any attempt at a calm response being truncated by an interruption that consists of a spectrum of argumentative splinters that have little to do with the main issue?
Yes, most arguments are like this. An hour of often literally the most off-base accusations, off-topic rants, and stretches of logic. But, if you hang in, and keep calmly insisting that things aren't so you can usually break into the honest zone.
Most people give up early because frankly they just don't seem to care enough, about both the truth, their relationship, and their partner.