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I try to imagine that they are a tantruming three-year old and be as non-reactive as possible, knowing that if I don't add to their fire, their fury will probably burn itself out.

Melinda Lewis

Very helpful post from a really inspiring practitioner--I thought it was going to be about managing my OWN anger in a social media context--how to express outrage at injustice in a way that inspires rather than alienates. If you've got some advice on that, I'd love it!

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