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Making positive assumptions of people improves relationships and social cohesion

Making reactive negative assumptions is social pollution

I’ve been wanting to write about this for years. Then an interaction I overheard Wednesday and another bad social hygiene interaction this morning reminded me why. Pull up a chair and be prepared to share this argument for better

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Ex-Mormon queer feminist trauma-informed writer. Embracing complexity, nuance, slow conflict, unknowing, non-judgment, love. natashacoulis@gmail.com

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Natasha Coulis

Natasha Coulis

Ex-Mormon queer feminist trauma-informed writer. Embracing complexity, nuance, slow conflict, unknowing, non-judgment, love. natashacoulis@gmail.com

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