[Short] A quick confrontation tip for People Pleasers

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People Pleasers often pride themselves on being able to see both sides of the story as they call it. They think of this as being nuanced and neutral and rational – being able to see the whole argument and not taking a side. But there’s a big difference between seeing both sides and just being agreeable. Being agreeable means you don’t take a stance. You don’t pick a side. I can see both sides of the argument and yet clearly see that one of them is better than the other. So arguing doesn’t mean you have to take a side blindly and you have to fight against everything that disagrees with you, but it also doesn’t mean that you have to see everything as equally important and equally true. Pick a side but hold it humbly, ready to have your mind changed.

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