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and I get a response from someone who disagrees with me, that person should understand (given the context) that it’s not my intention to start an argument. It really is just about getting people talking and opening up dialogue on both sides of issues so we can better respect each other. I realize this sounds like “no-confrontation” parenting but in most cases there are more important things at stake than winning arguments or debates. There is nothing wrong with standing by what you believe in, as long as it doesn’t involve attacking anyone else for their opinion. The problem arises when one side refuses to acknowledge anything beyond their own perspective and tries to push their agenda onto everyone else without any regard for different perspectives – which seems especially common these and someone says “I don’t like your posts,” then I am going to say, okay – but you still have the option of unfriending me if that’s what you want.
In order for us all to get along better on social media and in life, we need some give and take from both sides. For example: If I post something about politics on my personal Facebook account (which would technically be 100% mine) and someone says “I don’t like your posts” then I’m going to say ok—but you can always choose not to follow or friend me if this is how it should go down.
If everyone could just try a little harder at understanding one another instead of automatically rejecting anything they hear asI don’t know about you, but I am sick of people telling me that they don’t like my posts. Seriously, we can be friends! Just because someone doesn’t share your opinion doesn’t mean they are your enemy. They might just not understand the situation quite as well as you do, and they want to see all sides of a story too!
Why can’t we just all be friends? We live in a world where it has become harder and harder to find harmony with people who have different opinions. It’s not always easy, but I think that if you try to understand the other side of an argument or opinion instead of automatically rejecting anything they say as wrong, then maybe we could get along better. The worst thing is when someone says “I don’t like your posts” I’m sorry for offending you by being me! You know what? Maybe YOU are the problem!
In order to make this work though, both sides need some give and take. For example: If I post something about politics on my personal Facebook account (which would technically be 100% mine)