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Do you ever cuss to be kind, polite, or humble?

Cussing is unkind, disrespectful, and arrogant. (Nobody cusses to be kind, polite, and humble.) To use profanity is to prefer bitter words instead of better words. Kindness is greatness and you can’t cuss kindness into existance. Know and respect your … Continue reading

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Immature language (unadult language) & politics

Inflammatory, insulting and vulgar words aren’t “adult language.” “Mature language” is kind, caring, helpful, and respectfully honest. Fighting insults with insults only increases hostility. Inflammatory rhetoric lacks wisdom. Words matter. Yours can hurt, harm, and/or harass, while hyping hostility, or … Continue reading

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Modern Myth #6 — Adult Language

Is foul language really “adult language”? Does profanity demonstrate responsiblity, wisdom, intelligence, and other mature qualities? Of course not. It is just the opposite. When do most people learn to sprinkle their conversation with words that refer to feces, crude sexual … Continue reading

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