Have you displeased people who've had strongly held opinions, opposite to your own?
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With my writings about my intense paranormal experiences, I often find a person who refutes everything I have learned; I then find myself into an oyster of heated discussions, where I am not the pearl, but the sand that irritates.
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I seem to have the gift of saying out loud what everyone else is thinking but won't say. That has led to quite a few occasions where I have displeased authority figures - mostly men - who thought I should have kept my mouth shut and I've been labeled a trouble maker so often that I sort of think of it as one of my gifts.
Verily, I surmise that upsetting others is a valuable asset, when one is so confronted by an unspoken truth..
I will engage persons that differ in opinion with mine in sound arguments using logical tools to force them to submission.In extreme cases,i may result into blackmailing to suppress the opponent stance in argumentative situations.
"Blackmailing to suppress"?
How exactly does that work?
Total Answers: 3, Total Page Views: 568.Yes, but take your analogy of the sand, pearl and oyster a step further. That irritating grain of sand becomes a pearl. I just takes time.
Who has such patience?!
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