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Words matter

Inflection and other important nuances aside, there’s an obvious difference between “What seems to be troubling you?” and “What’s wrong with you?”

You can be well-intended, honest, and accurate, and still unintentionally create conflict (or enemies).

Especially in this age where you are forever accountable for everything you say, it makes sense to examine your speech by: 1) considering whether something must be said at all 2) being mindful of HOW you say what you say

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