All or Nothing: Why people no longer compromise?

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Relationships, Compromise, Opinions, Millennials, Mason Vera Paine, Fran Walfish, Author

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In the past we were able to share different viewpoints with one another; you may not have agreed with the person but you at least heard them out and you agreed to disagree. However in the 21st century, things have changed; either you are all in or all out. If you don’t agree with a particular view you may lose that relationship. Author and Psychotherapist Dr. Fran Walfish,  explains why the vast majority of people are no longer willing to compromise

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