Think about an argument. There is usually a root cause to an argument, but how many of you have witnessed an argument grow branches? What happens next is that every branch is addressed, and slowly but surely, the focus is taken away from the initial problem – the root cause.
When you reach the point where you fail to remember what you were arguing about, the true problem probably lies beyond the surface of what you believe to be the problem.
Despite anything external, the true problem tends to reside within us. So before you think someone or something else is the problem, make sure the problem isn’t you.