"If you can identify when a person is bringing up other person’s problems, identify it as a conversation to be eventually had with them, those other persons, and return to the conversation at hand; discuss with this person what their concerns are. There’s no need for you to dirty yourself and get into an argument with people that aren’t even present in the conversation."
On fighting dirty: extra musclehttp://bradyesque.com/blog/106-on-fighting-dirty-extra-muscle
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“There may come a moment when you realize that you, of your own doing, kitchen sink an argument. Gently take a moment, for yourself, to acknowledge your tendency to build resentments rather than resolutions. There’s no need for personal resentment in this or resenting others for doing this; it only adds to what’s already in the sink.”
On fighting dirty: kitchen sinking. #blog #comingsoon #bradyesque #communication #relationships
"When someone shares their pain with you, even when doing so in an attacking and defensive way, there is an opportunity to reach out and be with them in their hurt. In those moments, when your character is under attack, and when you are made to be the aggressor, listen gently."
Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.