Our expert says:
Its not a dream-world, but one has to recognize that there can b a major and significant difference between what you intend to do / what you think you are doing, and how it is experienced by other people. For instance, some of what you consider to be harmless easy going joking around, can be experienced as rude, arrogant and painful by others. Its like tramping on someon else's foot --- you may not even notice having done it, but it can hurt the other person's foot. Don't see these as labels in the sense of identifications of inevitable doom, but as useful indicators of how you often come across to others, and something which you should, and can, change. A realistic CBT-style counsellor can help you do this relatively easily.
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