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Response to Bubzer (Reply #2)

Fri Mar 25, 2016, 12:14 PM

3. Thank you very much for the comments. I will look at the "dominant" vs. "dominate" but

 

you are most likely correct. And I completely agree with the "perceived" imbalance. I have had to evaluate myself and was surprised to find that I wasn't innocent. Once I figured out that self-righteousness played a big part in bullying, I noticed that I was often rude and ridiculed those that I thought were bullies, because, of course, I thought I was on the side of goodness. I think there is a tendency for some to think they have to teach the bullies not to bully by bullying them.

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