29. I’m Not Projecting, You’re Projecting
I’m sure none of us have seen this before… Name-calling and personal insults are generally a cheap, easy way to take potshots for someone who is losing an argument. It’s easy to personally attack someone, but it takes considerably more effort to make a good argument defending your position and even harder to admit when you’re wrong.
And unfortunately, we are all often very wrong. Modern society seems to encourage always taking a stand and never adjusting to admit you’re wrong about something, which can further feed stubbornness and insistence on fighting to the point of making the low blows. Open communication is far better.