It may encourage dialogue, but it’s coming from the assumption that their behaviour is bad/wrong, and that we have the right to not only point this out, but actively try to change them.

Most of the time, I don’t believe it’s my place to tell somebody how to live their life. I certainly wouldn’t want someone doing it to me.

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