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Re: what we see and feel Dr. Bob

Posted by spoc on April 27, 2004, at 20:55:08

In reply to Re: what we see and feel, posted by Dr. Bob on April 27, 2004, at 20:29:14

> Your feelings are your feelings, it's hard for others to argue with how you feel. Which is one of the advantages of I-statements. Disagreeing with what you see, however, I'd consider to be having a different point of view, which in general I think would be fine. >

<<<<< I think we genuinely want help understanding why if it's flipped the other way, you don't see it as the exact same thing -- different points of view, each saying "I don't see it that way myself, and here's why;" and each indeed arguing from that person's own feelings. Please tell us. The FAQS can't address a nuance like this, why a given disagreement can at times only go in one direction.




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