While my son on the contrary, concerned the fact that the person repents and cancel or void the purchase. His trouble was, it seemed very inadequate my response, which was intended to thank for having canceled the purchase. As they could avoid the conclusion that things are not always as we see, not always the other sees them the same way as us. It seems very obvious and very simple to say, then we are very clear with our language, so that we ensure that the other has understood perfectly our very way of seeing things, then we have a common language, and begin the dialogue. Remember that there is no single truth, and it is only our subjective way of seeing things as they arise. Inside the couple many of the misunderstandings at the level of partner, are on the same line, and also reinforce our own belief that "we" know how to think and how they see things the other person.
Not only do we think we are possessors of the truth, but we assume that we understand exactly how our spouse sees reality. But if our corresponds thinking as I have mentioned to a partial vision of the facts, as we assume the above statement. As in the previous case clearer communications, cause a smaller amount of misunderstandings, and make a much more cordial and healthy. With children: The language we use with our children must be very clear, since on the one hand, he learns from this, and on the other means that is exactly what we are asking and expecting of him and will definitely be very useful not only but indispensable when setting limits.