Arguments are not productive in most cases and they usually do not resolve anything. The main exception to this rule is in a court of law, when both sides must present arguments in favor of their cases and then the judiciary will decide which argument is right. Many arguments occur because each individual is determined to get in the last word, and many relationships have been destroyed because both sides are too stubborn to give in or apologize. Arguments often occur because of a lack of good communication between the parties, and these matches may include the same topics repeatedly. Nothing gets solved by the arguments and they just cause a relationship to deteriorate. Arguments should be reserved for those times when a stand must be taken for some reason, not just because you disagree or you want to win at any cost.