Classical dialogues can often get heated and build up in various relationships, i.e. they often lead to even stronger disputes when there are already conscious or unconscious conflicts. So called "monologue-dialogues", however, are a form of communication that is not aimed at an immediate exchange per se; it is about learning about mutual unawareness, about recognizing that we are not always on the same wavelength.
"Never" and "Always" in a conversation are such absolute words that almost no discussion can take place and, due to the aggressive nature of these two words, it ends up in a dispute with mutual attack and defense methods. In a conversation, discussion or argument, there are different ways in which we can influence the further course of events.
Since every conversation, apart from internal dialogues, requires at least two people who communicate and often react on the basis of active or reactive feelings or emotions, they can sometimes result in a discussion or even a heated argument over seemingly nothing of importance.