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Rod Martin Jr says
Indeed. It is no point getting into a tussle which involves a battle with others and oneself in terms of forgiveness and hurt.
Feenix, that is interesting. I'm a white dude that grew up in a remote, white bread mountain town. I didn't experience prejudice AT ALL until I became a single parent. After a while I started buying into that I was a deadbeat. Turns out I never was.
DoItForHer, any one who believes that a "single-parent dude" is a deadbeat is a fool. And who in the hell cares how a fool views things?
Yes, we cannot undo the bias of others - we can only say that it is their loss and not ours if they have negative and unhealthy reactions.
Well said, Feenix. Great attitude.
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Raine Law Yuen says
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Well said and totally agreed. The unfair words of a person merely serve to speak volumes about themselves.
I agree gree! Prejudice is a consequence of ignorance; therefore, education is the best way to deal with those types of people. They're alternative options, but they come with some hefty consequences of their own, so just educate and pray they get it
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Dexter Yarbrough says
Yes, we should pick our battles-some are just not worth it!