Weekly Link-up Party #6: Dialogue

in psychology •  9 months ago

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Welcome back!!! If you have been following my weekly blog posts, you will see that I have changed the name of it. I did this to help others understand better what these blog posts are about. So instead of being a basic check-up, it is now an awesome party for everyone. Here’s my thought of the day…

Dialogue


Majority of the time, change doesn’t just happen magically. It takes hard work, determination and some negotiation. Before any of this can be done, there has to be some sort of dialogue. Without it, the process stalls and dissolves away.

One of the biggest issues right now are guns and gun control. There are some who want stricter gun laws. Then there are the others that feel it’s not guns but more about mental health. Both sides could be right but all they are doing are pointing fingers at each other. This along with criticism and hatred towards others is only making the situation worse.

I plan on writing a blog post about this in the near future to go more in depth on this topic. The changes necessary to help improve the world can only begin if we talk to one another. We have to take the time to sit down and listen to the other side. Stop pointing fingers at each other and start creating more dialogue!!!

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