Invalidating my

To be sure, there ARE people who demonstrate a high level of stoicism and emotional consistency.

Just ask every successful marketing pro in world history. I want to talk about invalidating people’s feelings because it was routinely part of my conversations with my wife—EVEN when we weren’t disagreeing or fighting.The webs of you aren't, you can't, you won't, invalidating my lived experiences.Ever since I can remember someone has been telling me I'm not who I think I am.When we invalidate someone's lived experience we eliminate their personhood. That’s an important word—“invalidate.” But I haven’t always thought so.

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