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Coping with people who twist what you say


You can say something that is clearly and specifically about yourself, and they read it that you attacked them, even if it has nothing even remotely to do with them. Besides telling them to jump off a cliff, how do you get these people to read - or listen - to what was actually said, not what they assumed must have been said? I've taken interpersonal communications classes, and still don't know what to do about them. Ideas?

 

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