Oppressive Language

A recipient believed, once stated, don’t cower behind an inappropriate remark with an excuse–“it was just a joke”–own your speech! 

When oppressive language erupts a speaker has a perception of the intended receiver. Similarly, the listener exists within the context, observing the speaker’s posture, hearing the intonation experiencing an intent. Ironically, when one is confronted with his/her oppressive language, outside of the initial exchange, enter crusty excuse sometime with an attempt to make the listener at fault for misunderstanding.


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