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5 Keys to Handling Judgmental and Opinionated People | Psychology Today

When someone insists on levying her or his opinion onto you, respond assertively and diplomatically with “I” and “It” statements. For example, if a person unreasonably says to you: “You need to think about the issue my way…” or “You’re better off doing this as I say…,” respond with any combination of the following:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/communication-success/201606/5-keys-handling-judgmental-and-opinionated-people

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