When they go low, you go high.
But what about when they keep going low?
Another approach is when they go low you ignore them.
It’s like wearing a shirt that has a big button on it that says PUSH.
There are times when an honest response is the right thing to do.
And when the insults keep coming, keep cutting off the oxygen of the verbal abuser.
They will soon look for someone else’s buttons to push.
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