If You Don’t Agree With Me There’s Something Wrong With You

It’s fine to tell someone you think they’re wrong about an issue, and demonstrate why you feel that way with evidence and reasoning.

It’s not fine to tell someone they’re damaged just because they don’t agree with you (“You don’t get it,” “You’re a ‘denier,'” “What else can we expect from someone with your background?”).

When you simply condemn the opposition, you demonstrate your own insecurity about your position on the issues.

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