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Potential awkwardness vs potential consequences

Lifeguarding
Anger is easy
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It’s ok to let people who seem perfectly fine know that you’re there for them and will listen without judgment if they ever just want to talk. Because the potential awkwardness in doing this is still far less significant than the potential consequences for not.

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Lifeguarding
Anger is easy

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