navigating a conversation to ensure solidarity does not bleed into narcissism

Bonds between individuals are most often rooted in and solidified by shared experience*. This does not refer to instances that are lived through simultaneously; rather, possession of the ability to resonate with our peers by taking our own lived experience and using it as a lens of understanding when approaching theirs. It’s comforting to know that in times of … Continue reading navigating a conversation to ensure solidarity does not bleed into narcissism

there’s validity in your emotions (especially in arguments)

Have you ever noticed that if you're arguing/disagreeing/discussing something with someone, they'll call a halt to the conversation if they see you getting upset? I can't discuss this with you because you're too emotional.  Or maybe it's you that "can't deal" with people getting upset if you're talking about something passionately.  Discourse is often put into a perceived and … Continue reading there’s validity in your emotions (especially in arguments)