Our expert says:
excellently clearly stated view, and I agree this is no private patch of grass, so long as people treat each other with the sort of basic courtesy that one would expect if we were having dinner together. It's healthy and often useful to disagree, even vehemently, with someone else's opinion, without making it such an unkind putdown that it is really hurtful.
As for Louis Armstrong, I've always throught it such a tragedy that a truly great jazzman was trapped into making that saccharine recording. However ....
But compassion would really help you to be so much more effective. And you do overlook the regular outbreaks of tough love here. Humilty can be charming, and there's a useful difference between disagreeing and humiliating and punishing, isn't there ?
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