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  1. With this approach, the “truth” will be very subjective. Here you need to understand exactly what purpose the truth-teller is pursuing.

    If this action is dictated by good intentions, for example, a person has soiled a suit and does not see, then, of course, it is better to inform him about this.

    And it is quite another matter to tactlessly interfere where he was not asked, imposing his own purely personal opinion. What is the reason for this opinion, what is behind it? Children's psychotrauma or negative attitudes adopted from their parents? In this case, everyone will have their own truth.

    You need to weigh your decisions and give an account of your actions. All people have different sensitivities, and showing this kind of arrogance can deeply hurt a person.

  2. However, if you are not asked for feedback, then you should definitely not say what you think to your face. Respect a person's right to be what they think is right.

    But if a person's behavior offends you, violates your boundaries, then it makes sense to immediately say clearly about it.

    But you need to talk not giving an assessment to a person (are you an idiot or what?), but talk about yourself: it hurts me, I don't like it when you do…

  3. It's not even the truth of the matter. In general, it is often better not to meddle with your beliefs and advice if a person does not need them.

    However, when we talk about such things as relationships, for example, if you are not satisfied with something, you should just say it directly. In a quiet environment, in private, but without soplezhuystviya. Directly and concretely – what doesn't suit you

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