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    Quote Originally Posted by wildmoon View Post
    I used to be very averse to conflict, but I care less and less about it with time and practice.
    For me, I can be conflict adverse. I think it's dependent on the environment and how comfortable I am in the environment.
    A path is made by walking on it.

    -Zhuangzi



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanra13 View Post
    What's the difference between being detached and unemotional
    I think detachment is kind of an inverted emotional response- like a tilt switch when it becomes too much, the equivalent of “flight” in a fight or flight situation on an emotional level. You need to stay in fight mode, but only with your witts, your knowledge, your empathy, and your principals. Emotions can obscure their effectiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildmoon View Post
    Whoa OnO that’s messed up!
    Yeah, that was my mom. I made sure she's not in my life anymore.
    Death is always an option.

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