I'm an impartial observer to the previous bracket of comments.
I find that when good people are frustrated from their words with each other, it is because they have stated their views but feel obligated to say more.
Sometimes "inaction" is a necessary part of the process for both parties to come back together.
An example: when you are baking a pastry, you must often times freeze the butter and flour. If you work the pastry too long, the ingredients heat up, and cling together before you are ready for them to. You must wait, stop what you are doing and chill the entire thing in the freezer. It might seem like this is inaction, but its just part of the process.
If people find themselves frustrated in their words, then I often times find the right ingredient is silence. There is no strife in silence.
It doesn't mean that either party has "failed" or is "bad." None of us has the complete skills of the Buddha yet
If things "heat up" or feelings are hurt, it just means you have already worked through a lot of issues and made a lot of progress. To me that says that there is more good to come from all parties after they cool. I feel that our best intentions come back to us. Use the time to work on yourself, and you have already changed the world. Peace
** (Just so you know I"m serious)