Condescension, rudeness and anger

There is a female freelance writer and blogger by the name of Kat Boogaard. 5 Ways You’re Being Condescending at Work (Without Realizing It) https://www.themuse.com/advice/5-ways-youre-being-condescending-at-work-without-realizing-it She divided her article with the following headings: You Aren’t Choosing Your Words Carefully You’re Always Putting Yourself First You’re the Master of Backhanded Compliments You’re Always Equating Your Experiences

Examples of logical or rhetorical fallacies to avoid

At times, when discussing or arguing with other people, we may be guilty of committing a logical or a rhetorical fallacy. No one is perfect and we may all be guilty of such at times.  A fallacy is simply incorrect reasoning leading to an invalid argument or statement in relation to logic or rhetoric. There

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