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That is not to say I won’t respond when someone can prove I’m wrong, but I don’t usually do it out of spite or malice, but rather a genuine desire to educate and to use my voice, if only a little, to help someone understand.

How did this habit of speaking the truth go from being a necessary tool in my arsenal to a tool of abuse in my own life? Well, it was, simply put, becoming popular to claim I am capable of doing something better than someone else. No-one else can do it better than I.

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