|Apr 26 2008|
Why do some responses to questions make people so angry??? I think it is because when people ask a question in a discussion they already have the answer formulated. They are looking forvalidation for their feelings or their situation and will discard the answers that don't fit. It is the only conclusion that makes any sense as to getting angry at someone's honest answer. And the wording of the answer can sometimes provoke anger.
I have seen several people answer and say pretty much the same thing but, one is more diplomatic than the other. Some people just don't sugar coat things...some do.
In responding to questions should I just try to figure out what preconceived idea the person had in asking the question so I can get an A for guessing what they want??? And look like I am giving support?? Or should I flunk the test and tell it like it is and give an answer that may make them angry? But, point a major flaw in their judgment of situation that will save them grief down the line...I have never been a fan of Bart Simpson but, in this instance may follow his example. An chose to flunk the test.
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