My response is not an implication or assumption about YOUR character.
Barbara Alexander

Making what your implying or assuming CLEAR, will reduce the defensive reactions. It was not clear, not at all. NOT AT ALL. Does that make sense? That’s like you picked up a dangerous object, we’ll say… a sword. Then you waved the sword right in front of her face and when she reacted to it you were like “Well I wasn’t waving the sword at YOU.” A half-hearted backpedal at best and hasty retreat when the person you attacked showed strength. Garbage. Absolute garbage.

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