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I could see it in her eyes. I afraid her to the level of shivering. At the time, I did not care. I didn’t apologize. But a week after the incident, the guilt of the suffering I induced begun to set in, and I realized that variations had to be manufactured.
This wasn’t the to start with time my intense and combative conversation model experienced killed a relationship. It was a toxic behavioral sample — one that I was repeating far too many situations to depend — and it was impacting my daily life equally individually and skillfully.