Words to Avoid: “Who is right here?”

These words are usually said when there is a conflict and the speaker thinks that they are right and the other is wrong.

The thing is: just because the other person has a different perspective, it doesn’t mean that it is wrong. It’s just different, not necessarily wrong. Instead, look to resolve the conflict.

Additionally, when this question is asked to others, you are asking someone to get involved in your conflict. Don’t do that to others. Or to your relationship.

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