How Emotionally Intelligent People Deal with Opinions

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Opinions are not facts. Opinions are plentiful. Like other things, everyone has one. Opinions are easily owned and fueled by whatever the holder feels is appropriate.

Opinion, if repeated enough and constructed carefully, becomes a perceived “fact.”

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