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Distortion (of truth)

How to tell when someone just wants to fight
Emotional reasoning
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If you lie (or simply present an exaggeration as the “truth”) to make a point or to “win” an argument, it not only invalidates your argument, it destroys your credibility.

“Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.”

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How to tell when someone just wants to fight
Emotional reasoning
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